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Service agents at my location wore what they wanted to wear. Any pants and shorts didn’t matter

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Yes when needed

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They offer you the position if the background check came in good

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We work 50 hours a week.

There are 168 hours in a week.

That leaves 118 hours of free time, so I never experienced any problems with work/life balance issues.

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Yes you do

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I interviewed for a customer service rep work at home position thinking from the answers here they only go back 5-10 years. The information here is incorrect. They do a FULL background check. I had a felony from 20 years ago and had to explain details. I'm waiting to see if I will be offered a position or declined. Just wanted to add this to the information

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1 week to 3 weeks

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A background check typically takes 1-2 weeks

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I have a felony from 15 years ago and they hired me for work from home customer service. Their background check goes all the way back. They asked about the details of my felony which I explained. The interview person was very nice and had to discuss with the hiring manager. It is took about a week for them to call me back but I was offered the position.

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Background checks are typically done after the interview. prior to hiring

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