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Sitel Corporation Reviews

What is it like working at Sitel Corporation?

I answer the phone and help ppeople do their taxes.
Product Support Specialist in Gulfport:
Pros: I work from home
Cons: The pay
More work, less pay.
Customer Service Team Leader in Angeles City:
Pros: Just development
Cons: Rumor mongering, lack of control, lack of communication, lack of compromise, the demand is always higher than the supply, and mainly I don't think I get paid nor appreciated enough.
Great company.
Call Center Agent in Quezon City:
Pros: Pay on time, useful resources & trainers were actually good
Cons: Shifting schedule
Help Desk Analyst in Albuquerque:
Recent large layoffs have occurred. Expect no salary increases and a below average wage. I’ve seen occasions where clients offered more money but the company turned that free money for employees down. Lots of manipulation and politics.
Something that you can be proud of since you we're able to obtain it.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) in Baguio City:
Pros: Fun activity, foods and frends.
Cons: Crab mentality people and washing hands.
Lots of opportunity to develop yourself and the business.
Process Improvement Manager in São Paulo:
Pros: The autonomy I have to drive problem resolution in the different clients we work for
Cons: Little usage of recent technologies for reporting and data management
Fun Work, Poor Pay, Toxic Culture.
Help Desk Representative in Albuquerque:
Pros: You'll do some really interesting work for interesting clients.
Cons: The pay is extremely poor and does not change. Expect to be pushed harder regularly without incentives, expect turnover. The culture that depends heavily on what sub-client you're working for.