Customer Service Specialist Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Customer Service Specialist?

Customer Service Specialist in Manassas:
"Very versatile ethnicity ..."
Pros: Love my fellow employees but I'm looking for life and love changes ...
Cons: Sometimes ..really mean and rude management...uncalled for for no reason ....and very overwhelmed with lack of help.

Customer Service Specialist in Rancho Cucamonga:
"That I had to be more strategic and analytical."
Don't just let your work speak for you, advocate for yourself. Try to get your customer's to give you a letter of recognition or a letter of appreciation.

Customer Service Specialist in Brockton:
"Yearly raises."
The system is tedious but hang in there.

Customer Service Specialist in Houston:
"Houston Job."
Pros: Working in Houston is a great opportunity, I love its diversity and there is plenty of things to do and see.
Cons: Traffic is horrible and the commute can be quite problematic. One almost has to leave home 2 hours to get to work in time due all the traffic caused by wrecks, etc.

Customer Service Specialist in Warrington:
"HOME DEPOT WARRINGTON NUMBER 1 IN DISTRICT."
Pros: THE ABILITY TO UTILIZIE MY 45 YEARS IN CUSTOMER RELATIONS AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS WHICH INCLUDED HIRING AND ANALYZING STORE NUMBERS TO CHANGE AREAS OF CONNCERNS ORGANIZING DEPTS. FOR MAXIMING PROFITS ON A WEEKLY BASIS. REPEAT CUSTOMERS FROM SERVICE GIVEN FROM DOLLAR ITEMS UP TO 50000 WORTH OF SPENDING AT ONE TIME.
Cons: THERE IS NO BAD IN BUSINESS. YOU GO ABOUT EACH DAY AS IF IT WERE A NEW DAY STRIVING TO EXCEED THE BEST DAY OF YOUR ENTIRE CAREER.

Customer Service Specialist in Fort Mill:
"Stress but beneficial."
Customer service is just that providing wonderful service to customers. You get yelled at, hung up on, cussed at, but you have to keep a smile on your face and in your voice and try to make that customer happy.

Customer Service Specialist in New York:
"Office environment, value-oriented culture."
Pros: Autonomy in workday. Great co-workers. Advanced technology. Nice benefits.
Cons: Occasional poor communication from top leadership. Uncertain career advancement.