The worst thing about the benefits is the cost for coverage.
This is for Sitel/Choice.... Best thing they offer is paid training. .Basic wage is ok for a sales position but to earn more you have to meet and exceed your sales objectives. Several of these are highly unrealistic if you stick to the Choice ethics guidelines. All the benefits and pers are availble, to fulltime employees, but you have to have been with the company 6 months or longer. Since most campaigns don't last that oong it is hard to accrue the seniority needed to take advantage of any of these, and because wages are so low, it is hard to afford the time off of work for a vacation even if you do have that seniority. If you try to take time off for anything short of a natural disaster before the six moths up, it will be without pay, and definitely going to put your job at risk.
About average for what you'd expect from a Customer Service call center. They were sufficient to survive on, though don't expect much more.
Multiple benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short and long term disability. Paid time off and employee discounts.
Too expensive for health insurance
The benefits are explained but due to the overall healthcare costs everything has to go up
I like the benefits sitel has to offer it is nice that they care about your health and retirement because that's very important in today's world so I really think side cells package is pretty good I like the 401K that guarantees me some extra money later on when I retire and the health insurance everybody needs health insurance so those are the things that I
It's too expensive and how you gain vacation sucks.
Ratchet people and so many fights everyday you never know what will happen. This is the worst place to work at
No benefits until 6 months, benefits are highly priced and low quality.