Previously, I worked for teleperformance twice. Once for about 1 year, then we moved. Then they started a work from home platform, which was awesome. I had to train for about 3 months, then on the last day of training and graduation, my car broke down. I was so mad. Then they laid us off, after two or three years. I think it was three years. I would of been promoted to mentor, if I had stayed there and worked on my performance much better. Anyways, if you were rehire-able, would you try go back to your old job, if you were like say, stuck in a bind money wise??? I'm age 50, and nobody wants to hire me, because I have medical issues, this company at least, knew I needed a break every 2 hours, which they did any ways, because if you're medically impaired they will work with you. Or would you accept another position,, that is some what better and has more accommodations for people like me? Sorry I have an intellectual/cognitive disorder, as well and have problems explaining things. What are my options??? accept my old job back, or go to this other job that wants me, and will work with me just, as well???
If u want to do high school all ova again this job is for you teleperformance is the worst place I have ever worked the agents are childish even your supervisor you got supervisor doing fraud sales this job is the worst I could go on in on
I loved the result of helping the customers,the excitement they give me after solving they're issue. Interaction of happiness after resolving they're reason of calling.
The job is not physical and i have bad back/ neck due to degenerative disk disease / herniations. The sitting too much can get painful but you can stand /stretch between calls which is nice. You get to help people with the knowledge of your training of subject matter its a fulfilling job that does require patience . It feels good to hear a member or provider say " Amy, you helped me so much thank you " , this is what makes it all worth while. Plus, you get paid for doing it , I just love it !!!
Make sure to utilize your tools and resources every time and ask for help when your not sure of something