Alorica
Happiness rating is 49 out of 100
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Alorica Careers and Employment

Work happiness
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49
Work Happiness Score
Low
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
59
Achievement
Below average
Do people feel they are achieving most of their goals at work?
58
Learning
Below average
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About the company

  • CEO
    Andy Lee
  • Founded
    1973
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
    Telecommunications
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Healthcare Customer Sales Representative - Work from Home

Tennessee

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Social Reviewer - Work From Home (MUST live in Tucson, AZ area)

Tucson, AZ

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Quality Assurance Representative

United States

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Customer Service Representative - Work At Home $13/hr

Universal City, TX

$13 an hour
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Corporate Culture Program Administrator

Omaha, NE

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Team Manager Customer Experience

Cutler Ridge, FL

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Tech Support Representative

Fort Myers, FL

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Bilingual Customer Service Representative

Fort Myers, FL

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Team Manager - WAH

United States

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Customer Service Representative / Work on Site / Overnight Shift / $19 Per Hour

Cutler Ridge, FL

$19 an hour
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Inbound Customer Service Representative

Tulsa, OK

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Customer Service Representative - Work At Home - PM Shifts - $13/HR

Universal City, TX

$13 an hour
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Learning Delivery Specialist

Mobile, AL

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Talent Acquisition Recruiter - WAH

Saraland, AL

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Onsite Customer Service Representative Tillman's Corner $18/hour

Mobile, AL

$18 an hour
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Recruiter II

United States

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Customer Service Representative- WFH

Jackson, MS

$11.50 an hour ++
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Customer Experience Agent - Tier 2 - Paid Training Starts June 21st

Saraland, AL

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Healthcare Customer Service Representative - Work from Home (Must live within 50 miles of Huntsville, AL)

Huntsville, AL

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Loan Boarding Representative

Saint Joseph, MO

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Salaries

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Popular Roles

Customer Service Representative
$23,192 per year
Account Manager
$77,546 per year
Recruiter
$39,754 per year
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Benefits

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Rating overview

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Reviews

Agent in Las Vegas, NV
on June 13, 2021
It’s ok
Take calls about medication have to do within certain time periods there is some flexibility but have to bend over backwards to get. Some managers are ok and care about you.
COVERAGE DETERMINATION & APPEALS REP in Mendota heights
on June 13, 2021
Learned a lot while working there. It was a nice environment. The trainers were awesome. They were very patient and gave very detailed instructions on how to get the job done. After training they had some staff members sit with new people to assist with those who needed additional help. We were also able to have refresher trainings which was very helpful
Customer Service Representative in Junction City, KS
on June 13, 2021
Overall it’s a good company to work with so far however some managers clearly have communication problems concerning some things . One manager tells you this and another tells you some different . It also took several weeks to have a direct manager assigned to you and when you did you barely get a hold of them.
Customer Service Representative in Tampa, FL
on June 12, 2021
Alorica was an awesome job at first when we were working in the office. The office atmosphere and people made the job worth while. On the other hand, the job I did specifically was not worth the pay. I worked for Microsoft Advertising, which paid $12 an hour. We were expert customer support for Microsoft Advertising and did not receive the pay we were worth. There is something called an ‘Agency’ which do exactly what we did, except they don’t have internal methods like us and are not official Microsoft advertising support, but these Agencies pay around $19 an hour. When coronavirus hit, we all started working from home and numbers started to drop (we were understaffed). Microsoft, a multi-billion dollar company decided to pull the program from Alorica. Instead of letting us go, Alorica decided to transfer us to other programs. The entire transfer process was horrible. Not only did they not mention ahead of time that we would be out of work for a week, until the new trainings started, but they were super vague about our transfer options. From the beginning they said we would have many different options but it took weeks to hear our options which were super vague. The options were things like, Costco support for $15. No information about what the job entailed. So I knew I wanted the $15 dollar job and Costco was customer support from my understanding. Fast forward to training, the Costco support I ‘agreed’ to turns out to be for technical support, not the e-commerce Costco support. So I go through a whole training learning technical support for PCs and major appliance, which is information people go to school to learn for years and we had to learn all this in a week training LOL. Worst training I ever encountered and I can’t begin to explain all the technical issues and issues in general we had, in a technical support training class… I decided that this job was not best suited for me and I could not do it, I am not tech savvy and it was impossible for us to ‘expert’ Costco technical support. The customers calling knew more than me LOL. Not to mention the inquires were insanely difficult and trouble shooting a PC is not easy - phone calls we’re back to back bc the program was short staffed. I decided to talk to HR and recruiting about my experience and that I did not feel like this job was correct for me and that I was considering quitting, had I known what the job entailed, I would have never agreed to be transferred to this program. I explained that I didn’t know that costco was split into two programs. I asked to be transferred to the e-commerce costco program instead. To which recruiting told me I could not transfer again til after 6 months… so I quit. I would like to mention, my entire training class but like 2 people quit. I would also like to mention that my entire previous program co-workers (beside management and the few others who got good programs) quit. Summary of my experience, my Microsoft advertising job was amazing, really miss it. The Microsoft advertising managers were great and deserve more credit. Microsoft is terrible for basically firing tons of employees during a pandemic, when they have money… My Microsoft advertising alorica managers were awesome, but the actual Alorica management, recruiting is horrible. Also alorica never paid us on time. We had bonuses that were suppose to be paid out monthly and we wouldn’t get them for like 3 months.
Patient Care Advocate in Ohio
on June 11, 2021
Good salaryif you need money this is. Great job if you like customer service and talking on the phone its good job. Just get ready for customers yelling at you.lol
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Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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Basic interview questions, just show a lot of personality and you’re good.

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Basic skills assessment.

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Alorica locations

3.1
El Paso, TX
2.6
Kennesaw, GA
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Fresno, CA
2.8
Tulsa, OK
3.0
Saraland, AL
2.5
Greensboro, NC
2.9
San Antonio, TX
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