Questions and Answers about Concentrix

Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at Concentrix.

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How should you prepare for an interview at Concentrix?

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Don’t be nervous. It’s easy stuff + all common sense. You’ll do awesome! Good luck!

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Do your homework, what is expected at a call center. If you have anxiety then this is not the place for you. You need to be a true professional in all aspects: communication, loyalty,and confidence in yourself.

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Doesn't matter, do you know what a keyboard and telephone are? Yes then good.

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Chatham-Kent, ON

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Be ready for some pc testing and answer questions honestly.

Answered - Customer Care Representative (Current Employee) - Welland, ON

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Improve your english proficiency skills and your communication skills.

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Quezon City

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Just be yourself

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Glace Bay, NS

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One should have the basic knowledge of computer software and hardware.
Should be fluent in english,
should carry good typing speed

Answered - Technical Support Associate (Former Employee) - Gurgaon, India

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Review your work experience, highlight the customer service experience, and be sure to answer questions in a professional manner. Always provide examples with a beginning, middle, and end. Never provide an example for a question and not tell the interviewer what the outcome was.

Answered - Acting Project Recruiter (Current Employee) - Oshawa, ON

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Just talk, they'll take anyone competent

Answered - Advanced Technical Support AT&T Contract (Former Employee) - Chilliwack, BC

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Build up on my extensive background in technical and customer service, my leadership capability and my success over the last few years.
Understand what position I what to work as, and aim to be more that what was expected

Answered - Team Manager (Current Employee) - Quezon City

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