Tigertel Employee Reviews

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Great working place with an even better lunch room
Outbound Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Halifax, NSNovember 25, 2014
Pros: great wage, great staff, great hours
Cons: location was far from my residence
- A typical day at work consist of plenty of phone calls, and long hours of communicating with people all over Canada.

- I learned a better way of gaining peoples interest in a conversation, communicating with them and opening conversation with a professional approach.

- Co-workers made everyone feel welcomed.

- Sitting in a chair all day

- The best part of the job was knowing that you are helping someone on the other end of the phone.
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It was okay, I guess.
Agent (Former Employee), Toronto, OntarioSeptember 29, 2014
I honestly think that if I did not have my sister working with me I would not have made it. I loved being on the phone with people and helping them make donations or buy certain items, but the people I had to work with were so unprofessional. No one knew what they were doing, people would be eating while they were on the phone with clients, and everyone was extremely loud, so you had a hard time hearing the person you were on the phone with.
I learned how to work in a loud environment, and how to use my people skills.
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Call Center Rep (Former Employee), toronto, onMay 7, 2013
Pros: work
Cons: no job security
No fun just work

all co workers were laid off
no job security
no hours
hardest part it was the people
enjoyable part was leaving work