When interviewing for the job, it was made out to be very laid back and social. During training, there was a lot of talk about how the trainer would still be available to help us out with questions or setting us up with established employees to listen in on calls, but I had my emails go unanswered, and ended up taking advice from employees that I didn't realize didn't have the greatest work ethics or intentions in mind. I was very optimistic about this job until I realized I would have to train myself, and make a lot of mistakes, to be able to say I was comfortable going into work everyday. I ended up going back to school, and requested to go down to part time because the stress would have been far too much for me. I understand why they let me go after this request, but I wish I could have started there a few months earlier or met better mentors during my training.
Very social atmosphere, practically everyone was super approachable and enthusiastic to help out.
Training program seemed geared towards weeding out people rather than best preparing.