Pros: 1 hr lunches, health benefits, location
I enjoyed my job as a CSR, even with the hardships we would sometimes face in the center. The work kept me busy, but not so busy that I would not have time for the clients. A typical day involved me coming in at 8 am, logging in to the computers, turning on all the televisions, making a pot of coffee, and making sure all of the day offices were open. After that, I'd wait for my co-CSR to show up, and then we'd get the day started. We'd check inventory, make sure the stamps.com machine was working and continue managing the center. Most centers are run by three people. One manager, and two CSRs. The hardest part of the job was time management. If you do not know how to prioritize, your day was going to be hectic. The most enjoyable part of the job were the clients. They were always so appreciative of the work I did for them.