Mission: At Alorica, our mission is simple: to create insanely great customer experiences.
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Alorica has been named to Mogul’s 2018 List of 1000 Companies with the Strongest Female Leaders. With top-notch female leadership at the helm and programs like our Women’s Initiative, it’s an honor to be recognized for our ongoing commitment to bring gender parity to the workplace. #alorica #thekudoskeepcoming http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQqyY
WE ONLY DO ONE THING.
We create insanely great customer experiences.
We’re Alorica—100,000 strong and dedicated to making lives better…one interaction at a time. It’s our privilege to partner with the world’s largest and most respected brands—helping them to better serve their customers, and embracing every day and every challenge with passion, performance and possibilities.
Our eagerness to help others and solve problems.
From helping a customer reset a password, to ramping support at a moment’s notice, the size of the problem is never a problem.
Our commitment to deliver results.
Quality. Consistency. Agility. What matters most to you is what matters most to us—and we’re not satisfied if you’re merely satisfied.
Our desire to always challenge the status quo.
From assimilating your culture to deploying tailor-made solutions, we start with how it is—and we work towards how it should be.
Find out more at www.alorica.com.
At 100,000 employees strong, Alorica is a people-first company powered by personality. Where individuality is embraced and leveraged to create meaningful connections with people all around the world. Where no two days, no two interactions and no two challenges are ever the same. During our rapid growth over the last few years, we’ve made it a priority to have a culture rooted in the same way we create those meaningful connections, by keeping things engaging, fun, family-friendly and collaborative. Here are some examples of how we do it:
A Special Kind of Leadership – We are always striving to do more and better, including the creation of a new executive position dedicated to implementing initiatives focused on the employee experience. Tania King recently stepped into the role of Chief Employee Experience and Legal Officer, where she leads the charge to transform every phase of the employee lifecycle from recruitment to retirement and everything in between. Putting Alorica team members at the center of the workplace, King and her group will work to provide employees with the right environment and tools to improve their engagement and productivity at work.
Culture Champion/Culture Committee – To ensure employee engagement activities are launched and executed company-wide, each of our 140+ sites has its own Culture Champion and Culture Committee. The Culture Committee is comprised of handful of employees at all levels, where they plan on-site events, help oversee celebrations and contests, and gain VIP access to company news to then spread to the local Alorica population. Led by a Culture Champion, these insanely great individuals act as a local brand ambassador with the goal to connect with and engage employees to help maintain a positive and thriving work environment for the entire team
Game Changer – Biannually, we celebrate those individuals who are demonstrating curiosity, transparency and accountability, in the pursuit of helping Alorica become the world’s leading platform for all customer interactions. We do this through a company-wide program – Game Changer – that recognizes those employees who continually deliver insanely great customer experience while bringing Alorica’s vision, mission and promise to life. The awards are given out at three levels—site, regional and organizational.
Women’s Initiative – Launched this year, our Women’s Initiative was developed as a forum to bring together the entire Alorica community – both women and men – to enhance the company’s culture of possibilities for its current and future leaders. Taking shape in a variety of ways, the Women’s Initiative will include a speaker series and networking events. The objective of the program is to offer a unique opportunity for participants to develop leadership skills, share experiences and connect with one another.
Our approach to corporate philanthropy is like none other. Through Making Lives Better with Alorica (MLBA), Alorica empowers its employees to give to those in need within their own communities. With approximately 100 MLBA chapters around the world, employees have the decision-making power to choose how to make lives better through grants, fundraisers and volunteering. When local areas are hit hard by natural disasters or other crises, MLBA assists impacted employees, families and communities. Alorica provides the administrative resources required to fuel this giving program as part of its corporate social responsibility initiative, allowing its employees to share the love with the people—and in the places—that matter most to them.
Alorica offers employees a challenging and exciting work environment and an excellent place to build a meaningful career.
We love to see careers advance here at Alorica. And there’s no one path to the top. It always starts with a curious mind, a strong work ethic and a need to challenge the status quo. Check out our video that highlights how Alorica’s Rockstars are Moving Up.
Now, we’d like to introduce you to some of Alorica’s insanely great leaders. They’re Managers, Directors and Vice Presidents … from around the globe. And you know what they all have in common? They joined the industry as Call Center Agents and decided to turn their jobs into careers. Check out their video to hear how they moved up through the company and how, at Alorica, the sky’s the limit.
I have been working at Alorica full-time (Less than a year)
They take care of their employees and make the job fun and rewarding
None I have no cons to list
Advice to Management
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Alorica (San Antonio, TX).
Read a script verbatim and then answered some basic questions on customer scenarios and experiences. After that a 2nd interview with more basic questions came my way. Then i walked back to HR and recieved some papers one of which was for a drugscreen and the other was my schedule. (Took 2 hours)