Pros: free lunches every once an while. work closely with your employers, (so you'll get to know thwm pretty well very fast).
Cons: short breaks, varying schedules, very little room for advancement, very difficult to gain full-time employment.
I was a customer service specialist that represented the company while communicating with its customers, whether face-to-face, over the telephone, over the Internet or through another method. Also referred to as a customer service representative, I performed a broad range of tasks to meet the need of the company's clients. For example, I provided support – more... for the company's products and services, take order requests, answer questions, resolve complaints and even made sales. Customers often viewed me as the eyes, ears, face and voice of the company. My primary job duties were to often handle complaints, explain the company's policies, and provide information about products and services. I also handled cashier responsibilities, (incoming money, area cleanliness, met with each customer, first and last to represent the company when talking to the customer). All in all it's a high pressure environment in which you need to always be thinking of a way to assist the customer, employer, and co-workers in any way imaginable. – less