Questions and Answers about Concentrix

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

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What is the interview process like?

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They would hire any hobo off the street and train them

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Mississauga, ON

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You are hired for one line of business and voluntold you are going to sales

Answered - Advisor (Current Employee) - Oshawa, ON

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Interview could go for hours and near about some 7 hours

Answered - Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) - Chandigarh

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Easy, anyone can pass.

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Mississauga, ON

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Generally very good, it seems that due to the high turnover rate they are constantly recruiting and hiring so they appear to be very friendly and efficient at interviewing.

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Oshawa, ON

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Deceiving.
They are friendly and you are a part of a Team.

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

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I was told to set aside an hour for the interview. I arrived 15 minutes early and didn't get seen for 45 minutes. I then had to fill out forms and read a slideshow about the company. 20 minutes after I finished those, the actual interview started and only took 5 minutes. They're overworking the intake people. The woman who interviewed me didn't even have the correct resume, and then kept forgetting pages in the other office. Once that was over, I was told to wait outside the office. I sat there for 15 minutes before I was brought upstairs to listen to live calls. She said she'd be back in 15 minutes and then we have another talk to see if this position is what I wanted. I enjoyed listening in and was fascinated by the program they use. A half hour passes, and I decide to go find the woman, because now I've been at my "interview" for an hour and a half. I find her downstairs running around, and she tells me to wait. I'm thinking about leaving, but I've already made it this far. 30 minutes later she asks me to come into her office. She asks if I'm still interested, I say yes, and then she says "Okay. The next training class starts on Monday. HR has been pushing me to fill the class, so you got the job!" She made it seem like the years of my relevant experience were nothing, and that I only got the job because she was being pressured higher up. My interview was scheduled for 2:30pm and I didnt leave until 4:45pm because of the insane unorganization. Not happy about the experience.

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Oshawa, ON

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