Call service Representative (Former Employee) – Truro, NS – 24 May 2017
people and staff were great. the experience was great and amazing there. i loved the hours that i had, and the pay was decent for the time. look very much forwards to working there. And the trainning i found the trainning was great
Technical Support (Former Employee) – London, UK – 29 March 2017
I've had the pleasure to work with people living in all parts of the globe. The synergy among the teams we were involved with really clicked and made the job seamless on a day-to-day basis. The hardest part of the job was not to be able to hang out with my teammates after work since they were all based in different parts of the world. What I enjoyed the most was being able to work from home; avoiding traffic or grisly weather
Inbound Customer Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 December 2016
One of the skills I gained from working at Sprint would be it was a safe, fun, and muti-cultural environment. The supervisors where always ready to motivate and help each of us with our tasks and work loads.
Driver (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 26 April 2016
Working as a STAT driver was awesome , Every day was an opportunity to go somewhere new . Delivering every product you could think of I got to see first hand things like , submarine parts being built , a Kevlar being weaved , and mining machines manufactured . I met fascinating people in hospitals and universities while shipping their samples , specimen , and medications . There were many opportunities to learn about the future of our cities , while couriering plans between engineering firms and City Hall offices. Delivering flowers and gifts always made me feel good , extending "best wishes" Sprint Couriers made the delivery feel more personal.
The "down side" was that due to distance , weather , and traffic , the hours tended to be unpredictable , so making appointments and commitments was difficult.
I feel fortunate that I got to see and do things that I never would have even been aware of.
représentant sur la route résidentiel (Former Employee) – représentante des vente résidentiel – 7 September 2015
Une journée typique en télémarketing se résume à faire de 60 à 100 appel par jour et de promouvoir les services de la compagnie, d'avoir une attitude positive de garder le contrôle en tout point de vue. Être ouvert à toutes nouvelles formations et être habile pour un travail autant qu'individuel qu'en équipe et de collaborer pour rencontrer les objectifs individuelles ou d'équipe. L'aspect agréable du poste est le contact avec le grand publique que ce soit une clientèle commercial ou résidentiel de convaincre les gens.
Customer Care Specialist (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 19 January 2015
This was a call center job, and there was a lot of help if needed, by floor walkers (seniors walking around to help). Were also rewards for good call takers, and all calls were monitored and evaluated.
customer service (Former Employee) – Montreal QC – 15 January 2015
It was a great experience, we learn a great deal. The co-workers were wonderful but the hardest part was to deny customer even if i thought it wasn't fair. The most enjoyable part of the day was getting in and seeing everyone.