Be confident in your answers and ensure that you are at least 85% fluent in the language(s) you are being hired to speak - both written and spoken.
They don’t care about what you say, just how you say it.
The only great things about working with this company are the people you would meet (colleagues) and the flexible schedules.
Literally everything else is worth leaving for:
- The pay is awful; You can barely make ends meet on a minimum wage pay and the hire you climb up the ladder, it only gets raised by like $1- $2. You get paid significantly less for the workload.
- Upper Managememt; Employees are viewed as numbers. You are easily replaceable to them, so they really don’t care about you or your experiences within the company. Even though Supervisors are considered as part of “managememt”, they are treated just as terribly as everyone else because even we are viewed as replaceable.
- Human Resources: These people do NOT know ANYTHING.
- Location: The site in Montréal is located in a run down building shared with Super C, Thrift Shops, Salons, etc. in one of Montréal’s most unsafe boroughs - it literally feels like the French Ghetto.
This company is unprofessional at it’s best! Anything else that can possibly be wrong with a company, can be found here. I guarantee you.
In Teleperformance Montreal, Quebec, can I get hired with fluent English only or should I be bilingual (EN & FR) , and what's the salary for English accounts?
English and French because they gives you 1$ more if you speak English
They do not have any set questions that are asked. The questions are usually general. They just want to see how articulate, fluent and confident you are in your responses and if you are at least 85% fluent in the language(s) you are being hired to speak - written and spoken.
Yes, we have shown it from Teleperformance, not only it is possible but most of the time is better for workers and cheaper for the company