Brighten Communications
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Brighten Communications Careers and Employment

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    less than $1M (USD)
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Telemarketer in Wildomar, CA
on March 2, 2019
Brighten is a place where you can work out of your home and it's great. But if you need hours and the money right away this isn't the job for you. The probationary period is too long and can really be a drag with little pay. Managers can be slow on getting back to you with email and phone calls but if persistent they will contact you. Just get past the probationary period then you'll get a raise and better hours. I would recommend getting another part time job while working for this company for the first 3 months. Overall Good company to work for and would recommend it if you love talking on the phone. Oh and another thing they don't do direct deposit until the probationary period is over and my checks haven't arrived on time at all and always have to wait a week to get last weeks work check. Which would be a pain when you need to pay bills.
Appointment Setter in Florida
on January 8, 2021
Its a new time for a new year and a new way of working from home.Do you love setting your schedule, spending time with family?Come to the Brighten Communications Family and enjoy a true culture of working from home. Earn extra bonuses and incentives to use when you travel. I wake up during holiday seasons with extra funds and I feel I am contracting with a family orientated business that wants to see me win and excel my communications skills.
Lead Generation Specialist in Remote
on October 12, 2020
Work-life balanceIt’s great for work balance! Best company I ever worked for! Friday’s are off days, so you have time for family.Pay & benefitsYou start at $14/hr and get raises periodically. The pay can go as high as $22/hr at 32hrs/week. You can’t work 40 hrs at Brighten Communications, it’s a contract position and there are no benefits. You’ll do a 1099 tax form, and you are responsible for paying the taxes out of each paycheck you receive.Job security and advancementIt’s a contract position, you can get raises but no real promotions. It’s always just a contract position even if you work there 10 years, but the management is awesome, the job is just a great job even without opportunity for advancement. Good side job as you can make your own hours.ManagementThis company has the best management of any place I have ever worked! They can communicate through email what other employers can’t do in-person, face-to-face. They will do everything in their power to help you do well in this position! Other companies should use Brighten Communications as a model for how companies should be managed!CultureThis company has the best culture around, it’s from your home office. There is no water cooler gossip, you are your own results and that is all they have and want to use for judgement of character, work ethics, or office etiquette.OverallBrighten is the all around best company I have ever worked for! The company surpasses all expectations regarding management, pay, and fairness, it’s really awesome!
Appointment Setter in Remote
on April 10, 2020
You custodial hundreds of calls per day with no crm tool to call back. Waste of my time. They fired me after 2 weeks even though I was getting my job done. High turnover.
Cold Caller in Missouri
on March 5, 2020
In September I will celebrate my first full year of working at Brighten Communications. I live in a remote area of Missouri, and ditching the daily commute has been wonderful - and without Brighten, this would not have been possible. I make cold calls on behalf of Brighten's clients to generate potential customers, and help Brighten's clients increase their sales and income - a skill, and job, which probably won't go out of style anytime soon. I make approximately 2,000 calls per week, using an automated dialer, to sell prospects on the idea of meeting with Brighten's clients to discuss purchasing their products and services. Brighten works with clients in a wide variety of industries, including: insurance, office products and supplies, business acquisitions, machines used in product manufacturing, VOIP phone services, and various other industries. The bottom line, I help Brighten's clients obtain new customers - and, we're pretty good at accomplishing this goal for clients. Brighten is a real company that has stood the test of time, and provides a valuable service. I won't lie, working at Brighten is work, and can leave one exhausted at the end of the week. But, as a caller, I only work 4 days a week - and a 3 day weekend leaves me rested, and ready to begin again on Monday. I can't say enough good about this company. If you're considering becoming a caller, go for it! You will not only enjoy working from home, but will have a company that will mentor you in perfecting and honing a skill that is useful in generating sales...and what person or company can say the don't want more sales?!

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