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What is the interview process like at Alorica?

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  • It was easy for me. I applied via Indeed and a recruiter emailed me about the position. I didn’t schedule an inter b/c they couldn’t work around my daycare schedule. 2 weeks later, a recruiter emailed me about another position that was m-f (no weekends) so I applied and then emailed her back that I applied. She called me a few mins later and asked about my customer service experience and explained the position more and then offered me the job. That was it

  • Response was quick. But then you get to take a typing test, be passed around from one person to another, it’s disorganized. You had to only have a pulse to get hired. I think there were 3 or 4 interviews that day. Training lasts 2 weeks and was poorly planned. People were loud and obnoxious and they wouldn’t let you sit where you wanted to be away from that. We lost 3 in training because they hated it.

  • Super easy but it does take a while. Your for sure to get hired as long as your not actively taking drugs and don’t have a serious criminal history / record. Bring process in Tulsa Oklahoma is about 3-4 hours so be prepared for that. Also you have to be at least 18 and have your high school diploma or GED

  • Can you read and write your hired

  • Receptionist vey professional. I arrived at the "interview" 15 minutes early & was handed a clipboard with a page of highlighted questions to answer. This was the "interview." The questions were about most recent job, work history, what makes you a good fit for the position, work availability, etc. I was taken back to a computer to log on & answer some personality questions & fill out work history. I was given a mouth swab drug test. Once I passed that, I was asked to fill out I-9 form & W-4 forms, all online. I was told that once the background check is complete, I will be notified. I was given the training and work schedule (was allowed to choose between two schedules). That's it.

  • Be ready to be there about 4 to 6 hrs. The employees there walk around thinking they are Miss America. They don't have enough recruiters.

  • I think it should be shorter than what it is. That Interview is 2 almost 3 hours long.

  • It’s on the computer via a website they have you practice saying different phrases etc. It’s easy just focus and pay attention.

  • Back in 2014 the interview went very smoothly.

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