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Bilingual Customer Service Sales Representative I – new

Convergys Pueblo, CO

of this position include (but are not limited to): • Assisting customers with world-class customer service greeting customers in a courteous… CareerBuilder


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Customer Service and Sales Representatives

Convergys Ogden, UT

Every great future has a beginning. For anyone who dreams of a successful career, there's a beginning - a point at which you choose which path to… Snagajob


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    Upper Management at its worst.

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    Former Employee - Sales and Service Representative II  in  Ogden, UT
    Former Employee - Sales and Service Representative II in Ogden, UT

    I worked at Convergys full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Great customers to talk to.
    No script.
    Very friendly co workers and Trainers.

    Cons

    Old Building.
    Mandatory Overtime.
    No flexible Schedule.
    Cant use PTO whenever you'd like.
    Health insurance too expensive ... anywhere from $85-260 PER CHECK for 1 single person
    Power hungry team leaders
    Abuse of point system... Although we were allowed to use up to 12 attendance points, I had a couple of Team leads that would purposely place a point for no reason, they would never get it fixed or ask you to talk to an OM in which they may or may not do so.
    Complicated phone system.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Purge all of your current team leaders that are power hungry and don't know what they're doing and hire new ones that are willing to help out their agents!

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