QVC
Happiness rating is 59 out of 100
3.7 out of 5 stars.
Write a review

Questions and Answers about QVC

Popular topics

  • Hiring Process
  • Working Hours
  • Drug Test
  • Shifts
  • Work from Home
  • Salaries
  • Part Time Jobs
  • Interviews
  • Benefits
  • Background Check
  • Training
  • Job Opportunities
  • Dress Code
  • Office Locations
  • Working Environment
  • Hiring Age
  • Working Culture
  • Attire
  • CEO
  • Company Future
258 questions about working at QVC
They work hard and fast to bring top shelf service worldwide. Collaborated with Ups shipping company. Never let you downThe environment of QVC is dedicated and committed through high loyalty and honor customer service Exported Lancaster PA
Answered December 20, 2016
I would be more attentive to the workers and what they need help with, try to push for a system update (system is extremely old and it’s a huge inconvenience for employees and customers). I would look into getting calls recorded because if a customer calls and curses you out there is no evidence of the call so it’s there word against yours and your word doesn’t matter 99% of the time. Talk time could be extended, most situations cannot be taken care of in the timeframe they want you to in customer service.
Answered February 26, 2018
Couldn’t wait for my day off due to stress of talk time
Answered January 31, 2017
Like someone said,QVC is def not about customer service. It is all about getting the customer on. And off the phone as quickly as poss. QVC is all about money,period.
Answered April 27, 2017
Remote work took almost a month to clear then had to wait for equipment in the mail. 4-6 weeks for me.
Answered January 31, 2017
Can you work at home for Qvc if you live in fort Payne al
Answered July 26, 2016
Extremely fast paced. If you can catch up with training class they simply fire you
Answered February 8, 2017
I'm very interested in a evening postion with QVC evening Part-Time I would love to heve the op opportunity to work for QVC
Answered September 2, 2016
You work 10 hour shifts and the shift you have after training is set unless you get approved for a temp schedule change (for 30 days) or bid on a new shift during the shift auction which comes around every once in a while. Other than that your hours are set, not much flexibility.
Answered March 19, 2020
A typical day is busy. Back to back calls unless it’s a slow day (rare) or a required day (everyone HAS to work). There’s a lot of nice customers but there is a lot of very rude, entitled customers as well. The day can be pretty draining because you’re answering calls back to back with not much assistance from management (sometimes they try but they are hard to reach most of the time). It’s a normal call center job.
Answered March 19, 2020
Please note that all of this content is user-generated and its accuracy is not guaranteed by Indeed or this company.
  • Companies
  • QVC
  • Questions
Can't find your question about QVC?