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I use to love going to work but now I have to force myself to go. I still enjoy they people I work with but not the company I work for

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Multiple Shifts. I had an Evening shift

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Nothing bad to say.

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Company does not treat their employees well. They want production but they don't want to pay anyone overtime, and pay is awful. The weekly bonus is such a joke. They act like $100 is so rewarding. You territory will change, and you may not get any work. That saves money on expenses. It is a cheap company. The leadership is so bad. Anyone that is quality in management is often fired for sticking up for their people. Now, you have managers who lie about their staff, don't sign expenses as a punishment and do everything to mistreat people

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In EXL, my shift started at evening 17:30 pm and ended at 2:30 am mid-night. My number if working hours were 9 hrs.

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A former employee referred me to the company

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All major benefits came with the job.

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Depends on the opportunity available. EXL is a fast growing company, various clients in insurance, banking, utilities, logistic, finance and accounting, analytics. Normally quarterly raises occur at EXL

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It was ok. Could have been better. Ebony is a terrible AM. She's only concerned with herself and family. Not employees. Both AM ladies have bad body odor.

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Demands, of 22 hours per week of audits, however they don't want to pay expenses for 4 days of work for some people. The pay and treatment does not warrant their expectations. No loyality. I left finally after 15 years for a job with an insurance carrier. I am getting paid what I am worth and my manager treats everyone with respect and does not use work loads and bully tactics to control people.

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