I was able to provide one call resolutions to unsatisfied customers and also help retain them into the company, and I also liked building relationships with my coworkers and customers at Alorica.
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I loved my job the trainers and the workers .I loved the fact that we were trainned often to learn and be more prepared for the job.
Do it it will be one of the best experiences you will ever have with a employeer.i know i had worked there for 4 1/2 years and i would of stayed for the next 10 years if my daughter havent gotten sick. Loved the job. BEST JOB EVER.
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Here’s the deal. We don’t just want good. We want the best.
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Alorica is a horrible place to work . The supervisor are unprofessional and the company as a whole does not care about their employees I would not recommend this job to my worst enemy.
I didn't really have any trouble.