Customer Service Rep.-Supervisor (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – November 14, 2018
I would never even recommend my worst enemy to work here. The management chooses who stays and who goes by who they like. They fire you over the smallest things.. training was very insufficient we really didn’t learn anything. They would change your schedule OVER NIGHT it was honestly the most unorganized place I’ve ever worked at.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, ca – November 14, 2018
Great place to work if you are willing to sacrifice having a life. Or if you are one of those people with a perfect life. Don't be late, or get sick, or have any issues with your family that you don't feel like having documented with HR for all their "bureaucracy" nonsense= perfect employee and job for you. Almost always available O.T. Some holidays off.
Mail Sorter/Transaction Processor (Current Employee) – Middletown, NY – November 13, 2018
Mostly short staffed, so work can be stressful. Those that are cross train, get stuck with more work. If there's a day where you are fully stocked with mail and you happen to know the most, you will most likely be put to more than one task during the day and it will take you hours to get done while others get to go home before you. There's no work and life balance with this place. The management is fairly poor, but higher ups are to blame the most for the poor actions done at this place. The pay is not great, as for the time off and vacation time. Benefits are a joke and it's sad to see good people get dragged down because of the place. There's no career advancement here.
It's about who you know and how much you're wiling to suck up. I've seen poor workers get chosen for a higher pay just because their team lead liked them. Everyone is always lying about why a change is being made or why you have to do someones job for them. They are making changes in pay at this time but I don't want to stick around to see the negative changes. This company is about quantity of work not about quality.
Eligibility Specialist (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – November 13, 2018
Typical day at work come in get clocked in. Close out any task from day before read email and start pulling task. Hardest part of my job is to get a coach to help when we have questions. Most enjoyable part of my job the ppl i work with
Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – November 13, 2018
This company will drop your pay severely after 90 days of employment depending on the project. Office setting is dirty. Managers are rude. Not paid overtime until determined by payroll regardless of when you work it
seems like the company could never relay msgs very well to their employees, no room for work place advancement unless you were "buddy, buddy" with the staff, supervisors lack w/ help when it comes to helping the reps w/ certain phone calls.
Customer Care Associate (Former Employee) – Guaynabo, PR – November 12, 2018
This job it is one of the most fun I had. Very intense learning and flexible. What I like the most was the whole hour lunch. The experience that I achieved with the customer's was to be capable to give them the service they were asking for. Excellent experience of customer service and being able to learn more about prepaid debit cards.
Customer service rep (Current Employee) – Newark nj – November 12, 2018
The harder part of my job is dealing with different attitudes all day you never know what a customer is dealing with so you don’t know what you are going to get from there The best part of my job is satisfying the customer
Production Control Analyst II (Current Employee) – Sandy, UT – November 12, 2018
Challenging place to work. I have learned a lot. however advancement and pay raises are not regular. No bonuses are offered. and often required to work till the job is done which I do not mind. however it is not a stable career environment.
remote work, and challenging. you learn alot.
no advancement regardless of performance. raises are rare, and bonuses are non-existant.
Customer Care Specialist (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – November 12, 2018
Very busy customer service position which I excelled at for 7 years. Job security if you don't mind the hostile members calling in to complain. I loved this position when you were able to take care of the needs of the caller.
CABLE TECHNICAL SUPPORT (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – November 11, 2018
This job will get you by it is a job, but when in need of help they really don't give you a straight answer. Hours are really unpredictable there are times they cut your hours and there are times they add overtime a day before without notice.
Conduent, LLC is a company where you are under constant threat of dismissal. I worked there over 3 years. They considered me a veteran. The place has 90%+ turnover. The customers are usually upset and our ability to meet their needs is just average. There little to no advancement opportunity and the place is poorly maintained. The culture is distinctly non-American and respect for workers is talked about but rarely demonstrated. The turn-over rate is non-sensical in my opinion.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Boise, ID – November 10, 2018
ver half the training class was fired including myself. im homeless, moved up here, they put me in extensive training and then i had a seizure and couldnt come to work and when i came back the next day, they fired me. I was written up for being 1 minute yes thats correct 1 min. Late back from a 15 min. Break. They count that as missing a day of work and your only allowed 3 in a 3 month period. They monitored our bathroom useage, who we talked to on thw floor ,coworkers, and subjected us to scrutiny about going during the companies time. Lied about the hour break for lunch when we only got 30 min. During training, staff is ignorant because your new, and they disrespect you, i dont know how anyone would want to continue to work there, the customers on thephones were a night mare. Everybody dreads taking calls and they stall because they complain about having not enough people working for them, but then they fired everyone. yeah okay thats double sided. phones weren't allowed in the building and the smokers section is away feom the door 50 feet away, and they were constantly harrassed because we made the building apparently smell like cigerattes.
gave you a locker.
everyone is a stick in the mud and very angry and aggressive.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – November 9, 2018
Do not work for this company unless you enjoy double standards, favortism and cliques. Very unprofessional. Equipment didn't work half the time. If you didn't read the script or application word for word you could be brought up on Federal charges, be in violation of federal laws. If you have a problem with 1 supervisor you automatically have a problem with all of them.
the lights were on when we pulled in the parking lot