SP Data Digital
Work wellbeing score is 60 out of 100
2.8 out of 5 stars.
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7 questions about Working Culture at SP Data Digital
Too fast to be a good customer service provider
Answered 10 January 2019
They lie about everything.Pay, working environment, training everything.Just wasting people's time and taking advantage of them
Answered 27 September 2018
Performance incentives for meeting targets
Answered 10 July 2017
Terrible. Only one word to describe
Answered 29 June 2017
Location they hire anyone- therefore if you need a job and because of age find it difficult to find a job in Trenton where you can sit and save your body from hurting this is good
Answered 2 June 2017
Friendly , Professional, Supportive , Educational , Encouraging , Fair
Answered 15 May 2017
It was very stressful training. First of all, I was told that I don't need any new equipment or computer & that it would all be provided. Then after the 2nd day they said I needed a laptop ASAP in order to do training. I ran to the Best Buy at the last minute after work to buy one. The training was too quick; too many things to learn in a short period of time & extra hours out of work hours reading & doing exercises you needed to pass in order to do the job. I was struggling. If you understood everything, great, if not, too bad. All my questions on Zoom were not answered and that's when I felt I was going behind in learning. You're on your own. Even though training was at home, by the 4th day I was burned out with a serious stomach pain and migraine. It was just was a whole lot to absorb in a small period of time and it sounded like it would be a challenge to get people to stay on the mobile plan even if you knew all the incentives you could offer them to stay. Too many things to learn to do the job & that's if you are successful in retaining the customer. Too little pay for that kind of stress too. I politely quit before I got sick. I requested them to let me know of any other Administrative positions in the company not related to sales, but I did not get a reply back.
Answered 23 March 2017
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