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It's great as an entry level job for broadcast journalism majors. it gives you real life live tv experience right off the bat. however, qvc is filled with middle aged women who are huge bullies. they have worked for this company for 20+ years and because of that they get away with bullying, harassment and superior treatment from department managers and supervisors. If you are a milennial accepting a job here, congrats, but armor up, because you will not be liked and your word will hold no weight against the older women here. good luck.

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Dread whenever you walk through the doors.. and when you finally connect to the phones you’ll never know what kind of stuff you’ll be dealing with especially with entitled old women who blame you for everything

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Extremely fast paced. If you can catch up with training class they simply fire you

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Aht time was the most important when you get to you teams. You get no leeway when you get a customer who wants to talk to you for 10 minutes. What’s most disturbing and distrusting is when they listen to your calls especially supervisors asking if you need help closing a call...

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30 days. Waiting on a call back after application was submitted

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6 am to 4 pm.. Four 10 hour days

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Have you ever worked at a call center?
What’s your experience with computers?

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QVC currently pays it's employees every two weeks from the date of hire.

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Currently as a 3rd shift Distribution Processor (packing) it's $12.30 with 10% in shift differential which comes out to $13.53/Hr.

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Get rid of the barbaric point system, get rid of the aht and quality lol

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