Pay well, and it is a completely remote position. The position required that you purchase your own equipment. When you file your taxes they instruct you on how to file for deductions so the the government will assist. You will also learn about getting incorporated with your state.
There are many negative reviews about this company. Im not sure why because everything is explained to you up front. There's even a section of where they describe the difference between working as an employee and as an independent contractor. The only downside to working for this company for me is that most of the times available to work is evenings and weekends.
Working for Liveops has it pros and cons, but you don't never have to worry about commute or working with that co worker you just can't seem to get along with. You can set your own schedule around your family, it can be a lucrative income depending what line your working, they provide you with training and tools to keep you perform your best...
I have been with LO for 1 1/2 years currently working for two clients. I absolutely love the people, the job, the flexibility of schedule and the pay rate. I am a full time REALTOR and this is my side hustle. Helps me pay the bills when the market is slow! I can work mornings when my son is in school and evenings after he’s gone to sleep. Great training and support. 100% legitimate work from home opportunity
Training is unpaid ( & lasts for weeks). You only get paid for talk time not for sitting and waiting on calls. When you average that in, the compensation is about $10-12 per hour. Especially when the company avoids paying you a "stay bonus" or "incentive bonus" (for sometimes bogus reasons)
People aren't compensated fairly and appropriately. I enjoy the flexibility but as soon as I find something better I'll be leaving.
With liveops you only get paid talk time, unless you’re lucky enough to get hired for a client who pays per available hours instead. Some clients, such as the retail client I represent, are stacking their hiring, which leaves less and less work available for the rest of us. They should wait to hire more as needed, not to have us sit idle. Contracts say we will work certain hours, yet we can’t.
Work from Home. Fast paced, competitive. Good pay scale. Pick your own schedule. Different options available. Don't give opportunities very often though. Don't try and help you change to a different option.
I liked LiveOps a lot but 23cent per call and if you didn't have any calls no pay a waste of time. Race for work blocks every week if you didn't have any long work time with the company it was hard to get hours and not enough calls.
I liked the idea of working at home and creating my own schedule and the ability to work when not scheduled. As the company grows it is difficult to get the hours needed to meet ones obligations. Then the pay dropped per minute when working unscheduled even though you couldn't get on the schedule. Great for someone who doesn't have a lot of financial obligations.
You don't get paid per hour. You get paid per minutes talked on the phone. So when call volume is slow you're basically working for free. Call volume gets slow because they over-hire employees. There's not enough hours and not enough calls for all the people online, so you don't get enough work to make any decent money. I did at the beginning, but then some brilliant person in management decided to continue hiring and now no one has enough call volume and everyone complains. This includes one client and the main line. A year a go it wasn't like this, it was great. A truly great place to work. But now it's been ruined. I don't know if it's new management or not. But it's left me unable to pay my bills.