I worked for Dish Network for the better part of two years, and it wasn't all bad. Ultimately, I left after my wife went into labor. I had requested the day off (months in advance) and then when my wife's due date came along, we were under mandatory six days/week, and I was then told "no" and that I would have to call my wife after she had the baby. After protesting to the center manager, I was allowed to leave for ONE HOUR to visit my wife. Also, during the two years I worked here, I was involved in a car accident. When I called Dish, there was no "are you OK?" simply "when can you be here? we're short handed". It struck me as odd and very impersonal. I was also forced to take a promotion I didn't want, bringing with it a 50 cents/hour raise and being placed on a call split in which every single customer was highly upset, and they were prone to using language.
On the plus side, if you work part-time you pretty much write your own schedule. This is a decent job for college kids, but certainly not married adults with lives outside of living for Dish Network.
You are a warm body in a seat, not much more.