Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Ennis, TX – January 24, 2017
The pay is really low, the training is inadequate, management is poor, you are treated like a child, there are no benefits and no one ever smiles because they're not happy working there.
I would not recommend this company to anyone, unless you are just really desperate and can't find any other job, then take it for short-term until you can find something else.
The turn over rate is extremely high, and that's because people leave so frequently because of the way they're treated. But don't worry, the company won't miss you when you leave, because you're just a seat filler. Once you leave, they'll just replace you with some other unknowing newcomer.
TSR (Former Employee) – Greeley, CO – February 11, 2017
Teletech is a great starter job. It will help you develop what you are looking for in your next job... While working there for three years in the same department there is nearly NO RAISES, period. So don't expect it. Most people that work there fall into one of three categories, either highschool kids who will treat it as such, some people who are all about getting other people 'under the bus', or actual casual people who just want to work and get out, It's a call center its what you make of it.
constant work with some options for time off
no chance to move up with out serious brown nose behavior
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Springfield, MO – January 23, 2017
Pros Supportive direct managers and coworkers, competitive benefits, ability to work from home, flexibility, recognition that work-life balance is a priority Cons Compensation seems to be on the lower end of the spectrum compared to brick and mortar positions in the same field. Advice to Management Upper level management has an opportunity to become more engaged with lower level management to better understand the reality of day to day work life.
I would not recommend nor refer anyone to this Company for employment opportunities. Shiesty. No room for growth or advancement,, Work is seasonal and often no other projects or contracts to move to in down season. Management do not relate potential lay-offs, and lies about perform to motivate profit.
Pay is suitable for work performed
no room for growth, no raises, dead end seasonal work
Technical Agent / Team Leader (Former Employee) – Remote – February 5, 2017
This company does not pay enough and is not flexible when it comes to schedules. They do not offer raises and the potential for growth within the company is very slim. Most of the management is rude and mean, particularly the team leads and mentors. When you ask a question they get nasty at times.
Job stability, breaks
Mean Team Leads, Low Pay, Ineffective job training
Advanced Tech-Care/ Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Amherst, OH – October 15, 2016
It was impossible to move up in this company unless you were friends with the higher ups as well as funny. I enjoyed working for this company due to the money and the friendships I made. I also very much enjoyed working through problems with people over the phone and having them thank me for fixing their issue without having to spend any money. The money made at TeleTech was worth how demanding it could be at times. Despite this, when an employee got pregnant they would not accommodate those employees whatsoever despite sickness or bed-rest with Doctors requests.
TurboTax Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – February 2, 2017
They have great health benefits including getting a discounted Fitbit and walking incentives. They are pretty good about working around other obligations like school, family etc. The only thing I would say I didn't like about the job was that they were not open about letting go of people or not when it came to being on a temporary program (TurboTax).
Engagement Specialist (Former Employee) – Jonesboro, AR – January 10, 2017
Laid back environment, but still professional. I had advanced skills when started there, however I learned a lot about health benefits and the different benefits offered by hundreds of companies. There are opportunities for advancement. The hardest part of the job may be keeping metrics down and fully satisfying customers at the same time. I asolutely love helping others.
Working with this group has been an experience to help our customers, and prospects overall. My concerns including but not limited to job security, and project changes with lower wages. I would say I enjoy this place very much, but I need stability, and consistent wages.
Good people, and good on site security officers.
Job security, schedules, being in the dark, no benefits, no vacations
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – @home – December 6, 2016
Teletech is a great company to work for and I would still be employed here; however, the project that I worked for unfortunately ended. My Team Lead and co-workers were great, and did everything they could to help one another. I highly recommend this company if you want to work from the comfort of your home and enjoy seasonal work.
Work from home!
No healthcare and few raises, usually a temp position.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Englewood, CO – August 4, 2016
I have worked with this company on and off for about 4 years. I was on some great assignments at home that had great managers, team leads and coaches. But recently I came back just to supplement my income because really who can depend on 8.50 hr. to provide for their family. The assignment was ok but the management, team leads and coaches were lacking all the skills they needed to do their own job much less advise employees on theirs much is lacking at teletech. Pay, overtime, bonuses and incentives they have none barely room for advancement it's just a job to get extra money or hold you over until you get a real job isn't a place to make a career.
8.50 flat pay, No raises, no incentives, no bonuses, no overtime
Outbound Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Sherwood, AR – September 16, 2016
Company started out a fun and great place to work. Was not told up front a lot of what commission was. The culture and relationships were strained within a years time. Not much room to grow unless you know someone and that is not a guarantee as management could be laid off just as quickly. Complete cold calls with leads that were not that great. It is a team environment and if you are not a great performer you will not be acknowledged for the most part.
Hyundai Customer Service (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – August 20, 2016
Typical day was answering inbound calls from Hyundai customers. The job was really easy co workers were very helpful in making sure everyone was up to date on policy changes. Management was horrible any reason to get you in trouble to put you in disciplinary action for 30 days. Felt like management and supervisors were just knit picking at anything to write you up. Overall loved the job management needed much improvement.
Easy job, nice co workers, clean work environment decent pay and benefits.
Management quick to get you in trouble for any reason job security always worrying.
Sprint Account Manager (Former Employee) – Sherwood, AR – September 21, 2016
A typical day at work would be making about 80 outbound calls to try and convert businesses over to the sprint network. I learned some skills in telesales. The management was fair. They did their best in trying to train in telesales. The hardest part of the job was trying to convince businesses that have been with a provider in ATT or Verizon for years to switch over to Sprint which is very hard to do.
They worked with you on needing to take off work for personal needs
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Weber City, VA – January 20, 2017
At first, I was excited to become a part of this company, as they way it is seen from the outside it looks promising. I can't say for the entire company, but the site I was at seemed to become deeper than it really was. From the outside one would think it's a great place to work, and it is, if you're chosen as one of the favorites.
Team Lead (Current Employee) – Weber City, VA 24290 – November 15, 2016
Productive work place, excellent management, opportunity for advancement. Growing company that is constantly changing. Provides excellent job security and also has a wonderful training and quality department.
401K, Insurance benefits, Paid Vacation, Hollidays and Sick Leave
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Lorain, OH – August 12, 2016
This job was really a great stepping stone. The fact that I was working in Project Nissan was one of the most amazing experiences. I have learned so much about the automotive industry and how much culture the automotive industry has on peoples daily lives.
Working behind the scenes with corporate and learning how a company sustains in a multi-billion dollar COMPETITIVE industry is a site. To be able to hear how Consumers feel about a brand, new ideas, and criticism to help continue to push out a great product has been an amazing learning experience.
This job was one of the most painless jobs you can have if you 1) Come to work on time, 2) Complete your job assignments, 3) Learn the product, so you can help others
Management likes to keep the enviornment relaxed.
Negative is that you have a salary cap after 2 years of being there. At that point you need a management position to get more pay. They have bonus checks for Top Tier Performers but Teletech cut the bonus by 2%. 2% is a lot especially when you get the bonus check often. :)
Rewarding and fun dealing with customers resolve issues over the phone
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – at home – November 2, 2016
Teletech is a great company to work for and to move up in your career, however, they do not give pay raises, and cut my hours when they promoted me. I had a lot of fun working for Teletech, just couldnt afford the short hours