Answered - Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) - Sumter, SC
It depends what campaign you get signed too.
Some of this stuff maybe true but its not my experience.
I was hired full time assuming 40 hours but the first 3 weeks I did not get but 25
$tay away from anything Walmart. all they want is people that answer phones from Black Friday until January 5th. You will not have a normal life your schedule will always change and nobody in Human Resources will listen if you have a secondary job. Oh yeah it's called the Walmart carousel and unless you're a teenager or a down on your luck adult still living with your parents then this job is or should not even be applied for
8-12 depends on overtime
Answered - Customer Service Representative/Call Center (Former Employee) - Boise, ID
8 hours in a acube with nothing but your computer. it was nice lookin inside and had AC but the supervisors is the biggest downfall
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Bloomsburg, PA
8 hrs per day
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Boise, ID
8 hours a day
Answered - Agent/Customer Service (Current Employee) - Montgomery, AL
I normally would work around 9 to 10 hours per day and still not make enough to support my family
Answered - Customer Sales and Service representative (Current Employee) - Fayetteville, NC
10 to 12 hours
Answered - CSR - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Fayetteville, NC
Between 12 or more. It depends.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Kingstree, SC
On average 71/2 hours a day unless another Sykes sites has a high demand then they let you have overtime.
Answered - Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) - Sumter, SC