“I loved it I started out in sales, ended up in billing and learned how to take all company calles. ”
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I worked at NewWave Communications full-time (More than a year)
Well they were very flexiable with the hours and for a small company the pay was not bad. Incentive was great and promotions was a motivator for most of the employees. They provided a lot of day time hours which was great for someone with kids. The office sestting was private we were all in our own cubicals which was great. The bosses always treated us if we made quota which is always nice which made us work extra hard. Maybe take all the top salers out to eat lunch or something. over all it was not a bad place to work.
Making our sales for the day and pushing for more for better incentive pay.
Advice to Management
Advise all leaders in the cooperation to not yell at the employees especially if they are on the phone with customers it sets a bad example and have them remember that everyone is grown that work in the facility so a private talk with the employees would be better and plus it will make the work hard at what they do wrong and fix the problem and help with the recruitment of other employment when needed. worker will last a very long time concidering call centers have a high turn over.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied in-person. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at NewWave Communications (Sikeston, MO).
called in and interviewed ask what type of work enviroment I like to work in and if I like change because the company was full of changes. I was ask if i work well with people and if I like talking to people on the phone. I was asked if I could pass a drug test which I did. I was asked if I had computer skills which I did and then they ask when could I start.
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I was happy.
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