The schedule bids are all over the place. You have to plan everything including school around what schedule they give you. Although they say they will work with your schedule, that means that you have to take points for not being there when they schedule you. You can only plan 2 weeks at a time since they make the schedule every 2 weeks and your schedule can change from week to week even with a schedule bid.
The job I will be training for is from Monday to Friday only (no Saturday or Sundays) & anytime from 6 am to 6 pm with 2 days off (can vary each week) & I will be working between 30 to 40 hours each week.
They are flexible depending on performance.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL
If you need time off you must apply in a time window, not too early or not to late. TL's do try to accommodate requests such as changing your day off or switching days off with another employee. Then during the slow period management begs you to go home without pay.
Long hours and mandatory overtime with black out dates.
Answered - Customer/Technical Support Supervisor (Current Employee) - Wilsonville, OR
The call center is open 7 days a week. You will have to work a weekend every now and then.
Answered - Device Unlock Case Manager (Current Employee) - Clarksville, TN
8-4:30 Monday thru Friday
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Jacksonville, TX
Did not like them/ no flexibility
Answered - Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) - Tamarac, FL
The hours are flexible so there is something for everyone.
Answered - Team Leader/Supervisor (Former Employee) - Hickory, NC
They have different shifts to work around people's schedules but don't have the one I need.
Answered - Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) - Phoenix, AZ