What is it like working as a Customer Service Representative (CSR)?
Customer Service Representative (CSR) in Santa Clara:
Pros: People I work with are smart and are team players.
Variety of work.
Low stress level.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) in Columbia:
Pros: I have supportive coworkers and the ability to work at my own pace throughout the day.
Cons: Amount of work to accomplish in a single day. Our equipment isn't ergonomically organized. Some co-workers think they're work Lead is more than others. We all have much to accomplish. We're expected to read minds and just know what they want done with certain things our that they're too busy to take a call and I have to take care of the callers issue that I may know nothing about but have to spend more time figuring it out.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) in St. Paul:
"Working As A CSR Is Very Busy And High Stress Job,"
Pros: What I like most about my job as a CSR is the face to face contact that I have with the clients.
Cons: As a CSR you will come in contact with rude clients on daily basis.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) in Edgewater:
Pros: I really like my boss so its hard to leave the workplace.
Cons: I don't like how we have a total of 10 days for sick, personal and vacation time. The office conditions and stress level is very hard because we are being micro managed.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) in Bisbee:
Pros: Family is first and there is a genuine concern for the individual as a person.
Cons: I'm utilized as a Loan Assistant but not promoted to or paid for this position.
Career development is limited to those who wish to relocate or currently live in other locations.
Promotions are often given based on family or friendship ties with the owner or other preferred managers.