Questions and Answers about Cross Country Home Services

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Fast paced and very stressful. you do get between 4-8 weeks of training that will still not truly prepare you for what is to come so keep an open mind and be willing to do research on the help system when no calls are coming in.

Answered - Call Center Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Anderson, SC

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Planned project work moves very slowly, but executive-decreed work (whether it makes sense or not) trumps everything else and is expected to be completed "yesterday." Budgets take forever to approve, due to unnecessary scrutiny, so projects are often delayed.

Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - City of Sunrise, FL

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Fast-Pace , Little to no supervision

Answered - Data Entry (Current Employee) - City of Sunrise, FL

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Fast paced job

Answered - Customer Service Associate II (Former Employee) - Anderson, SC

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Fast pace with primitive computers

Answered - Enhancement Specialist/Recruiter (Former Employee) - City of Sunrise, FL

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