Firstsource Solutions Employee Reviews for Customer Service Representative
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good to work in first sources and very good back to learn to process and very good to start 1st job and earn good experience and support for learn in
good to work in first sources and very good back to learn to process and very good to start 1st job and earn good experience and support for learn in beginner
This job is good only for fresher's who want to learn more. The management is worst. Don't expect anything from anyone there even it's not your fault. There no respect for your talent.
Less fun and more stress on employs. Salary depends on the number of working hours, if you could work for 11 hrs login then only you are able to make amount of 20k per month, which is difficult to survive in current increasing living costs in Bangalore. For freshers, if you want to experience the pressure of the call center do try it once and you will able to experience a lot of life pressure in the growing outsource jobs life and being in call centers.
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Well, I have worked with this company and found better environment to work but if I talk about management then it is little bit good as they don't value your work and don't give promotion.Sometimes, they force workers to work more hours.They don't care about you.
Good environment to work and fun friday activity.
Bad management system, Force to work more hours and don't care of workers
Great place to start your early career in contact center, you get to learn a lot in hand industry experience along with handsome incentives. I was part of SKY technical on calls and the work environment is completely competative sales driven.
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