The interview process was very simple compared to most companies, which consisted of nothing more than 20-30 minutes of answering questions from the recruiter assigned to you, then being shown around the premises and all areas available.
Answered - Technical Support Agent (Current Employee) - Watertown, NY
Answered - Director of Global Business Practices, SAP ERP (Former Employee) - Norwood, MA
Very basic questions. Honestly they will hire anyone.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
The interview process is he walk into the building and you have to type 150 words in a certain amount of time to get hired on and then you do training for 2 to 3 months and a specific Department that you're going to be working in
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Wilsonville, OR
The interview was pretty simple, you come in during a recruiting day, fill out some paperwork and application on the computer, they interview you and that's it. I had a misunderstanding as they told they would be in contact with me so I left, they actually wanted me to wait but it miscommunicated.
Answered - Technical Support Specialist (Former Employee) - Rio Rancho, NM
A typing test first and if you pass then a interview, they most hire all who pass the background check and typing test
Answered - Call Center Representative (Former Employee) - Eagan, MN
Paper then a set of preliminary questions to see computer knowledge and phone skills
Answered - Call Center Agent (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL