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Yes. It is not good and very expensive. I assumed, as a Fortune 500 Company, it would be good, but it is not worth having. Also, they never respected the out-of-office I would set in my calendar, so I was always canceling appointments anyway.

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I'm a very long term employee, and for the most part, I have always been treated fairly well.
In my current job, I am highly valued and very well treated.
I love my job, and currently have the best manager of my career.
Your manager (in most jobs) makes a huge difference in your attitude toward the company and your feelings of accomplishment.
If you expect things to not change......you will be very disappointed.
Things in today’s world change quickly, companies need to move with the times, or face extinction
Old ways and old thinking lead to a company’s demise.
While Xerox is no longer the gem of Wall street it once was, it still provides a good salary, benefits and work environment especially if you are a professional.

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We get paid biweekly, via direct deposit

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Do not intend to leave.

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I loved it in the beginning but after a few years I would drive to work everday crying. And by the way, Xerox is now called Conduent. It was TMS Health and then Xerox bought them and recently Conduent bought them

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They don't really care, your just another body to fill a seat

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The interview process can be very investigative and probing when questioned about real time situations regarding customer issues. If the candidate is not well endowed with practical solutions in mind while being interviewed, it will be a tough day.

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I believe they did hire felons but yes it also depended what was the crime.

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An individual would have to display confidence in themselves and ensure that one would be ethical and punctual. Also, the candidate would have to possess very good verbal and effective communication skills along with a professional business persona. Lastly, the successful candidate would need to answer questions clearly and effectively with good eye contact along with having the necessary experience acumen relating to customer care processes.

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