This was my favourite work environment. Met some interesting people and made some lasting friends. Very nice building and facilities too. Though the fact that it was a zero hour contract became a problem after a while. The company was eventually outsourced and ended in 2016.
I interview people of different ages and class regarding whatever survey is about. You learn how to talk to people and learn to deal with critiscism. You are given a deadline by management to get survery done and you have to manage your time to achieve same. The hardest part of job is abuse and rejection by people and the most satisfying part is meeting nice people of different backgrounds.
This was the most enjoyable job that I ever had, I really enjoyed working with everyone in our team, we all worked really well together. I learned a lot of new skills from my manager who I will always admire as she showed great leadership skills and was always there to lend an ear.
The hardest part of the job was that it was not a permnament position, this meant that my hours varied and I didn't have a steady income to my desire.
Unfortunately, due to the call centre closing its doors, I was made redundant.
This job position helped and built my confidence in meeting and talking to people (clients and customers) from diverse races and culture. The management of the company is awesome. I love my co-workers, and there is a mutual working relationship amongst us all. The hardest part of the job is meeting your demographic expectations and target. The most enjoyable part of the job is meeting and talking to people of different race and culture
Transport fare is catered for
Could be a tough day under harsh weather conditions
It was a great atmosphere, I have learned so many thing especially time management and the people working with me was from different countries, they were very friendly and helpful. The hardest part of the job was to find certain specific target group.