Pros: good wage, benefits, fair schedules
Cons: repetitive tasks, boring, no freedom
Provided lots of training and coaching prior to starting 'on the floor' answering phones.
It's a good starting wage for little education needed, however some supervisors were not all that bright or professional.
Not a job for someone who doesn't like every second of their work day planned for you, there is a high level of quality control so lots of – more... room for error. Supervisors give a lot of feedback, so you know when you have done something wrong.
There were lots of incentives for hitting sales targets and a generally high morale for a call centre. Not the job for me, but I would recommend to others who enjoy sales and talking on the phone. – less