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7 days ago

Customer Service Representative

TeleTech Phoenix, AZ +2 locations

Being a TeleTech Customer Service Associate can be an exciting, fast-paced career where you can go as far as your ambitions will take you. TeleTech… TeleTech


6 days ago

Registered Nurse / Nurse Practitioner (RN/NP) - Medical Call Center

TeleTech Tempe, AZ

Working for TeleTech in supporting this public healthcare client can be an exciting, fast-paced career where you can go as far as your ambitions will… TeleTech


6 days ago

Medical Professionals - Medical Call Center

TeleTech Tempe, AZ

Working for TeleTech in supporting this public healthcare client can be an exciting, fast-paced career where you can go as far as your ambitions will… TeleTech


5 days ago

Part-Time Accounting Specialist

TeleTech Tempe, AZ

• Assists in the preparation of month-end journal entries for various locations (all cost data), processing of all financial information, and… TeleTech


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    Pros

    There are a lot of "front-end" support and process systems, giving the impression that the company has it all together. As well, there are employees in management tiers with both time and trackable career advancement paths that give one hope that this is a good place to be, one where you too can make these advancements and continue to elevate your career as you contribute to a growing business.

    Cons

    The truth is the great majority of people at the lower levels of the company are utilized as workhorses, merely given tasks and expected to perform. Input and feedback from these lower levels isn't really viewed as well as company propaganda would have you believe. As well, opportunities for advancement may not be as available as it initially seems. Honestly, it seems that there is a tremendous amount of turnover, both through burnout and workload driven attrition (voluntary resignations/terminations), and that people at both lower and intermediate supervisory levels are often worked nearly to a breaking point. Management focus is almost solely on the client side, with client perceptions often overriding marketplace truths (data does not lie, but it is often misinterpreted or intentionally skewed to achieve an agenda).

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    Listen more, to your own people, and learn to better utilize the information they provide. The people with boots on the ground hear and see everything that happens, and it does't take much for them to compile a big picture of problems as they evolve. As a company, we were almost wholly client-focussed, and tended to ignore workplace truths versus client perceptions.

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