- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Great Atmosphere, opportunities to advance
benefits could be better but overall it compares to the benefits offered by other companies.
Advice to Management
keep up the good work, continue to motivate your part time employees
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I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at DialAmerica (Charleston, SC).
Called in with a mass of people to take a computerized test that was incredibly easy. It involved simply reciting a script and a few situational questions. Afterwards I was called into for an in person interview and the personnel were very kind to me and the questions were about prior experience. However, once we got to the pay I was informed that the position only pays slightly above minimum wage which is contradictory to the job indeed posted for $20 per hour. I commenced to show a picture of the posting to solidify the hourly rate but I was then told that this rate was for a different job other than the one posted? At this point I explained it wasn't critical and I would take a $5 an hour reduction but this was non negotiable. I was forthcoming with my experience so I somewhat expected not to be lured in on a false pretense. This would be a fantastic place to work and I'm sure everyone there is very friendly. The call back after application submission was nearly instantaneous and based on that I would assume a high attrition rate.