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I worked 8 hours a day, with a 1 hour lunch, and two paid 15 minute breaks. During peak seasons, and bad weather, overtime would be offered.

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They wanted everyone working out of Atlanta when I left.Let them work from where they live

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Know someone in upper management. That seems to be the only way to get a foot in the door at a descent position.

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Sick inclusive of PTO. Other companies offer much better PTO policies.

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The stress is very real! The training for all you do, is very mismatched. Help is available, but rarely when you need it most.

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Its operation on a going concern basis.

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Very simple with only only one skill driven question, and vague explanations of actual position.

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BCD Travel needs to respect their travel consultants and other front line workers by stop taking on more work than the company can handle, increase pay, stop micromanaging, provide better training, and end policies that aren't in the favor of workers. Tell workers up front that they are working in a call center and cannot work from home until 1 year after completing training instead of making it seem like they can work from home as soon as training is over because that is what the work from home policy says.

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Fast paced. Stressful. Long hours.

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The interview was focused on customer service skills, and how you can deal with angry or upset customers. It also focused on how technologically inclined you were, and if you were a fast learner.

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