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“The worst thing is trying to not get defaults on calls”
“They're pretty good a making your schedule and being flexible with you ”
“Offers gift cards and cash for top performance.”
The perks to working at DialAmerica include local discounts with local vendors from restaurants, company picnics, monthly recognitions, 401K, health benefits.
Benefits were expensive and coverage was poor
There are few benefits. Benefits include sick days.
401k after 1 yr. No vacations, no insurance, ft hours do not equal full time. Benefits only offered to salaried employees.
there aren't any benefits being offered
You have to f employed a year before you get full benefits and that was not disclosed at interview. They said 90 days which in fact was jot correct.
Benefits for full-time employees are competitive and comparable to similar call center-type companies. Benefits for part-time employees are more limited, but still available to agents who are with the company for a while.
No health insurance or retirement or family leave.
There is no health benefit package at Dial America, because they hire agents under a part-time schedule.
No benefits no PTO no insurance Nothing
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