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Just do t make a mistake. Knowingly or not 1 small fixable mistake and the whole global team comes down on you like a witch hunt. Management never has your back. Don’t recommend it if you was a stable work environment because all rules are revolving and they barely give you what you need to do the job.

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The working hours were good. I usually came in two hours early to beat the heavy traffic but I never felt the days were too long.

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If you are a woman and apply for the outbound B2B position the interview is a joke with rediculous questions being asked. Doesn't matter if you are perfectly qualified and handle yourself well the sales floor was 95%men

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The nanomanaging (worse than micromanaging) and the company’s chronic inability to streamline, organize, and stabilize tools, systems, and processes. Pay/benefits are good though which can hook you.

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I didn't get the job. No reason why with 17 years of experience

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Every 2 weeeks

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The supervisors are looking out for themselves.

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How much is the bonus in the call center ?

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Have more competitive wages and employee appreciation.

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They may want to work on the top notch selling employees, I was 200 and 1%, ranked number 2 and still got fired because I made too much commission! However, every customer I gave me a five-star, I had high ratings, I was always at a 4.6 out of 5 and still lost my job. But they all managed to hire another 20 to 30 people every two weeks and train them, but they can't keep on a good employee is because they're making too much commission.

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