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Based on 13 responses, the job of Call Center Supervisor has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.92 out of 5. On average, Call Center Supervisors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Call Center Supervisor?

January 2020
Not perfect but doing good things.
Call Center Supervisor in Sydney:
Pros: My area I work in.
Cons: Other areas forgetting we are all on the same side.
April 2020
The work load fluctuates from high stress to zero stress often.
Call Center Supervisor in San Diego:
Pros: Being trusted to make decisions
Cons: Little opportunities for advancement
May 2020
Strong, Dedicated, Multitasking Proactive communicator.
Call Center Supervisor in Virginia Beach:
Pros: My Team
Cons: Reactive, Departments don't communicate effectively with each other. little accountability
September 2020
Colorado has had a lot of opportunities for me.
Call Center Supervisor in Denver:
Pros: Ability to work from home if needed and the Mountain scenery from my office
Cons: Traffic
September 2014
CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP.
Call Center Supervisor:
SERVE CUSTOMERS WITH PRIDE FOR EXCELLENT RESULTS.
July 2014
Work Environment.
Call Center Supervisor:
Pros: Get to make your own decision.
Cons: Not Challenging.
May 2021
Appreciated behind the scenes.
Call Center Supervisor in Louisville:
Pros: Rewarding to help support approx 150 practices in nine states. And growing.
Cons: Amount of work/projects continues to increase.