If you can stand the twelve hours shifts and metrics that you have to meet. This job is for you.
Pros: coworkers, gumbo daddys
Cons: hours, and some team leaders, and the metrics
I don't know how the company is now, but when I worked there you work 3 1/2 days. 12, 12, 12, 6. Wednesday was my half day. This is laid back job up until it gets busy. You essentially don't have to leave the building, It's a place to eat on site and you have your own cubicles. It is the perfect job for anti-social person like myself. When I was there you also were allowed to get unlimited overtime.... Those were the good ole days. I worked on the Sprint account. Other than the TL's not taking your calls sometime when you really need them is was an OK job. I just couldn't handle the 12 hour shifts any longer. Also the only job I can think of that lets you get more than 2 NO CALL NO SHOWS and you're still employed