Definitely would not recommend working here. Not very friendly people. Their craigslist ad stated a 100$ sign on bonus, but when we asked, the trainer completely avoided the question.
Training is only 2 days. one 3 hour training day, and a 7hour training day. They even admit that everything you need to know to be prepared on the floor is a month worth of training.
They hire, literally anyone. They pay 10.50, which is pretty low for a call center job. They definitely need to pay more. Schedule is 6days out of the week. You work monday - friday (7hour shift) and one weekend day sat/sun (they alternate— 4hr shift)
Once you’re out on the floor taking calls on your third day— you raise your hand and ask for help (because you don’t know how to do anything) and the floor walkers look annoyed. Mind you, i raised my hand for every single call i received that day.
They expect 3-4 minute calls but the floor walkers take mins to get to you.
Called to let them know I wasn’t going to return, and the lady who i spoke with automatically gave me attitude.
They also have a high turn over rate, so it gives you a good idea of how things are run there.
They do have a couple of pros, but the pros don’t even out the cons.
Pros: Good schedule times, I had 1st shift which was anywhere from 5am-1pm.