Caption Call
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It's stressful. You are tested weekly and never know when it's coming and you are graded on those test. You fail, you get written up and your job is on the line every week. You are treated like a 3rd grader. They even schedule your potty breaks for you and if you go to the bathroom outside of that scheduled potty break, well then expect your adherence score to go down and you will get written up...just like a 3rd grader.

Quiet. I have been here 3 months and I dont know a single coworker, except my supervisor who only speaks to me via email or skype.

Decent! You are doing a service for the hearing impaired or deaf. Come in, sit down, do your job, go home.

Very boring

Casual, laid back. Actually pretty pleasant, don't get bothered too often.

Slow-paced.

Calm environment, people act petty.don't even smile at a manager wrong cause they'll single u out till the end, isolation, isolation isolation, which isn't bad if u like that like me but they will bully u and act like it's ok if you're good looking they will promote u if you're not forget about it

Very isolating, very little interaction with anyone

Very friendly, and feels like were all friends.

The environment is quiet most of the time; minimal chatting and getting to know other employees. We can't talk much because other people need to be hearing their phone calls. Hard to meet work friends over IM and breaks are too short to really have a conversation. Not much of a culture, to be honest. It's a get in, do your job, get out kind of thing. No major team interaction except once a month for 45 mins (where you mostly just repeat all the rules of the center) and sometimes the managers try to be nice by making french toast or pancakes, maybe get us sandwiches on a holiday. It's not a job for people who want to gossip around the water cooler. You have to be on the phones pretty much all the time, and you'll rarely speak to anyone but the computer. You get to see your team lead every once in a while if they decide to check in on you; the only time you'll really even see management for any length of time is once a year for employee reviews (if you're lucky, you might get a few cent raise). The team leads seem to have somewhat of a friendship circle going on, but honestly it's just annoying because they all laugh together while you sit there trying to hear the person you're supposed to be captioning on the phone. All in all, if you hate talking to people and just want total autonomy, this would be a job for you.

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