Telephone Interviewer (Former Employee) – Lincoln, NE – 29 October 2017
It was a good company to work for as long as you are able to work nights. The management was friendly. I think their rehire policy is kind of ridiculous. being if you don't finish their 4 month training you wont be eligible for a future position.
Interviewer (Former Employee) – Lincoln, NE – 10 July 2018
typically, get your weekly assigned survey, sign in, complete expected hours with a high percentage, clock out. I learned good experience working for a telephone interviewing company. quiet workplace. Hardest part was maintaining a high percentage all day. Most enjoyable part was receiving higher pay for a better percentage.
Gallup is the most flexible place to work in Omaha.
Interviewer (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – 3 July 2018
A typical day at work includes logging in one of your assigned programs and calling customers of Fortune 500 companies. The results of your interview are forwarded to the company on their satisfaction with the service the company provided. I learned from Gallup my top 5 strengths are Achiever, Developer, Responsibility, Harmony, and Belief. Management does everything possible to help you to succeed. The culture at Gallup is casual and laid-back. The hardest part of the job sometimes is just finding someone to answer the phone and to talk to you. The most enjoyable part of the job is talking to people who want to help you