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Voxpro like everywhere has pros and cons. Pros are a relaxed working atmosphere, great support and training, bonus is achievable but only in busy periods, Onsite gym,Soccer Team Tag Rugby,lots of nights out and activities Great canteen and coffee dock. Cons Hours are very unsocial working until 10pm and 6 days in a row
Management and HR are terrible at their job. They always refuse to give your normal days off, you have to insist and insist to have a chance to have them. You have to take screenshots of your schedule because they often messed it up. I asked for a simple letter stating my employment status. I had to wait 4 days and the got the starting date wrong, so I have to ask for it again. if you arrive 10 minutes late they took 1h from your salary, if you have to stay 20 minutes more to assist a customer they won't pay a dime.
management, schedule, location
Worst place to work. Only good thing was the team. Management all on power trips. No chance of progression unless you have friends in higher places. Would not reccommend.
Unrealistic working hours. Booking Holidays. No chance of progression.
Very low pay, you are salaried, so paid on the last working day of the month, 1,400-1,700 per month is the norm if you're ok with that... Always time for a laugh and a joke at Voxpro, managers are really helpful but a lot of them don't really know what exactly is going on at the same time.. Give you a lot of grief if you are out sick, having to do a RTW (Return to work) meeting with your manager, (even if you are 10 minutes late) it is marked down as an absence. Met a lot of really cool people here, an excellent place to start off or if you want to progress up the ladder.
Cheap canteen and easy to access.
Low pay and high staff turn over.
Typical day at work Taking calls and queries constantly, some escalations to security and technical teams What you learned How to listen “through” a clients expression of need to respond in a concise and helpful way Insurance cover on French properties Management Lots of young managers who are developing in their roles and dependent on their teams Workplace culture Dress culture allowed for lots of creativity and self expression warm melting pot of human potential, from students in business management to jujitsu champions and writers, courteousness Hardest part of the job Keeping clients focused on their essential requirements so that they didn’t ask questions in one call covering the whole array of services on offer Most enjoyable part of the job Interacting with landlords who were placing their properties on the market for the first time – from country manors , domains and chateaux to chalets in the snow to cabins in the tropics. Learning from these people that the new Airbnb worldwide concept was one they were willing or even happy to work with was like experiencing instances of grace. Because in one product both the consumer and provider were interacting directly, willing to meet and share a moment in time as part of the exchange of goods for cash, a real sense of flow, direct acknowledgement of tenure and stewardship.
Friendly contact with clients
Pressure to minimise length of calls
My duty was provide customer service on calls and emails I learnt to work as a part of a team and I developed skills and as conflict resolutions due to how to face with urgent situations. The hardest part was the organization, the schedule was never updated on time. And we did not have medical insurance. The most enjoyable part of this job was the multicultural enviroment.
Team leads are useless, quality pick at your work when you're doing your best, probation isn't passed for 99% of staff, overworked, underpaid & undervalued. It's your co-workers that will keep you here. They talk so much about progression and internal advancement but it's not true at all.
Coffee, parking, gym, competitions
Unappreciated staff, long hours
Voxpro is a nice place to work, but not a company you'll work with all your life. It is perfect if you want a temporary work. There are no real benefits working for Voxpro, which makes the comany unattractive compare to the other company for who you can work in Cork which offer medical inssurance, internal benefits, and better salary.
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