Research Associate (Former Employee) – 101 convention center drive las vegas nv. – April 18, 2018
If you not employed go there . when you get the job , start looking for another this job the hours are not always going to be there. Management is extremely unprofessional, they have pep talks and its like listening to a snake oil salesman.
Research Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 9, 2018
envoirnment was fast paced, busy, and sometimes stressful due to others around me. Customers were great, and never could complain about that. I wish that we did recieve paid time off and also medical insurance. The atmosphere here was ok, you have many backgrounds and like most jobs you will either get along with most and some not so much, but you keep it positive and still give a good attitdue.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 28, 2018
their staff really just pushes you to go straight on the floor without the proper training they don't care for one to succeed or to fail all they care about was there numbers and hitting them and if you did not you would be sent home
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 16, 2018
I believe this job should have more flexible hours as well as required lunch breaks. I believe you should not get cut hours based off of the fact that lots of people don't want to conduct over the phone surveys.
Research Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 7, 2018
Working for Precision was one of the worst experiences I have ever had. They said the dress code was business casual but people were wearing miniskirts, half tops, and short shorts. The building was nasty the headsets never were cleaned. They had bed bugs and god knows what else.
Research Specialist (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 22, 2018
It's simple. Just they want you to be too fast paced. You can't speak to the people next to you. I'm very social so that was a little bothersome. The managers were uptight about it. So that was a disappointment. I have been in telemarketing for some time and can have fun and talk to people around me and yet get the job done. They don't want that. It's dial, dial dial. Bits it's an easy job and not terrible.
Survey interviewer (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 29, 2018
Come in to see what you are scheduled to do for taking surveys. Sit at the computer and wait to clock in. Have headset on and be ready to find link to the source for incoming calls. Try to take the time to appreciate the customer for taking the time to do the survey. Get breaks in between taking calls. Clock out and have a nice evening.
breaks and lunch room access
short hours and mainly evening shifts(for west coast)
Research Associate/Refusal Converter (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 19, 2018
Go into work call people to see if they would like to take a survey on whatever topic we were doing a survey on that day. i learned how to be acceptible to people hanging up on me. I loved the challange of getting people to take a survey
Interviewer (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 19, 2018
Was treated unfairly was not paid my raise as promised had to get my own transportation was not given to me as promised they promised me 10 a HR with a percentage of 95 percent or better my percentage was 96 percent I had to purchase bot bus passes since I started it was a horrible experience I worked 145-9pm no time for handling business I was not happy asked for morning shift was told wasn't any room
Research Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 15, 2018
basically you will be doing cold calling. -The job is boring, people over the phone will curse at you. -the equipment is old. -the pay is minimum wage 8.25, unless you are bilingual, then is 10. - they schedule you in a way so that you don't have to take a 30 min break to eat. so you have to eat during one of your 10 min break. -work hours are inconsistent. (one week you'll work 40hr the other week you'll work 12 hr) -you have clock out if you go to the restroom
the real reason that you work at precision opinion is because you are 18-20 live at home with your parents or you are a person who just needs income to cover bills till you can get back on your feet. Oh, or you just gave up on life and only need the money to buy cigarettes, beers while you make your way to an early grave.