Fine, assuming you're a perfect person with a perfect life.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – April 21, 2016
First, I'm a young thing right out of school, and I am far from a healthy person, both physically and mentally. At first, Sitel will say they are willing to accommodate for health, family, etc etc, but it isn't really true. They make it hard to really get the accommodations, even if you have good statistics and attendance. Myself, I'm in and out of the hospital fairly often, and while I do my best, I'm still written out despite having my notes and records in order. Others who have similar issues with family/school etc can say the same.
HR, while pleasant and nice, seems to give you the run around when it comes to getting the paperwork. Management is also nice, and I believe they do try their best to help, but lack of communication and empathy/sympathy make it real difficult to get anything done. My favourite part, personally, is getting to see my coworkers. They all have a great deal of care for eachother and myself. I've been taken care of better by coworkers than management.
Overall, assuming you're a perfect person with perfect health, family, and scheduling, it'll probably be fine, but it'll always feel like your job is under attack and your best is worthless.
Lack of communication/understanding