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Communication Specialist (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – April 22, 2015
A typical day at work would be a day of high energy flow, continuous phone integrity with the donors; and an overflow of positive but demanding challenges amongst the callers.
I have learned during my employment at this company that Missions that are severe, enduring, painful, and joyful can be dialogue to make others understand and find compassion and help those that are less fortunate.
Management on a whole are not very approachable, however, those that are approachable are helpful, understanding, and are able to assure that the company's mission will stand strong and will be adhere to 100%.
My co-workers come from many different facets of life, diversity is definitely a strong impact in this company and I love the fact that we can work together in a group, individually, and some of us reach out and help those who are struggling for reason known or unknown.
The hardest part of this job is the continuous reading of the same script for hours at a time and days at a time. My mind is set to be utilized with multi-tasking and monotony of the same vision over and over when reaching out can sometimes cause an onset of anxiety. I need to be versatile on a continuous basis.
The most enjoyable part of my job is being able to share a concern, need, regardless of the urgency and still make a donor smile at the end of the conversation with just mere words of concern and understanding of their situation.
Pick your own hours, ability to make up time when unexpected events occur.
Too much time before medical, dental, and vision, is given, and the unavailibility of being able ot receive FMLA when needed.