Don't stay too longer than you need to be
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) – Hazlewood, Missouri – July 4, 2016
Typically, we come into work and generally self-regulate ourselves with the shift. Sometimes when the team lead is available they will inform us of the going on with the work culture.
Management is not exactly there, absent for the most part unless needed and when needed its even a one-off if you even need help.
my co-workers are probably the worst part, just because the turnover rate and the nature of the business. mostly young people, that I either tolerate or ignore.
the hardest part of the job is if when I actually need higher support, because of how things are managed you may get help immediately or you may not get help at all.
the most enjoyable part of the job is working on my own,
I learned that this is a job not for good people, you don't need to stay here any longer than you need t be.
two breaks and a lunch
everything else, no normal raise process, scheduling is off-site, ot enough upper management to floor agents