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Productive enviroment
Surveyor (Former Employee), Toronto,ONAugust 9, 2012
Pros: incentives
Cons: hard to obtain team goals
A typical day of work would consist of calling customers and asking them to do a survey and at the same time meeting a set goal within the team. I learned how to persuade Canadian residents to do the survey in a professional manner. Management was good they we're a little pushy on meeting the team goal. My co-workers were very friendly. The hardest – more... part of the job was meeting the extremely high goal set. The most enjoyable part was the feeling after completing a successful survey. – less
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Call centre Enviroment with Young Upbeat Managers
Research Interviewer (Former Employee), Winnipeg, MBJuly 30, 2012
Pros: employee rewards such as pizza lunches, pot lucks and 50/50 draws donations going to a charitable cause.
Cons: stress, outbound calling, sitting for long periods.
I feel like the work place is very calm. Your main responsibility is conduction of surveys with absolutely no sales. I did not enjoy that so much. I feel like this is a good position for students. The hours of work are very flexible and your able to choose your own schedule.
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Fast-paced Work Environment
Market Research Interviewer (Former Employee), Winnipeg, MBJuly 14, 2012
Pros: advancement
Cons: not family-orientated
Made outward calls and conducted interviews via telephone. I learned how to deal with obscene customers in a respectful manner. Worked on a team, and each team member was responsible to excel as best they could. The hardest part of the job was feeling I'd let my team down, when not meeting a quota on time, as not everyone wanted to be interviewed. I – more... really enjoyed working as a team, and setting goals together. – less