Not a company you would want to work for. The recruitment team asks inappropriate questions regarding personal topics such as children and family, medical, and specifically asking about political affiliations. Worst interview ever. I only wish I... — read more
Teletech Layoffs 2020
This is a master thread about Teletech Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
Do the math if you really think you get to keep your job when cheaper agents complete their training.
$1.50 less per hour multiplied by 2,080 (the work hours in one year) equals $3,120 savings per employee. For every 100 agents, this saves TeleTech $3,120,000. And there are more than 100 agents on the floor. Plus some of those already have received... — read more
Classes start this month for new, cheap-hire insurance agents.
It takes a couple of months to train them, and then the higher paid agents will be shown the exit door. The current pay really isn't super high, as they'd have you believe. So I'm sure they'll get great quality people at an even lower rate, right?
Layoffs possible soon in Ennis, TX
More to come after my inside spy gets additional details.
P&C Agent Replacement Update
I was canned, but apparently I will soon have company. Sorry. But here's what I've learned from those left behind. There are now three fulltime API trainers in Springfield. There had been just one in that role. This means they are serious about... — read more
P&C Insurance Agents will be replaced in the next few months
Teletech is advertsing for new USAA agents to start at $1.50 to $2 less per hour than current agents. When they're done with training, you will start being replaced.
Teletech Layoffs 2017
I never knew that executives can be so sneaky, to tell you one thing and then to hit you with something else - the mood is pretty bad here in Englewood.
Teletech Layoffs 2023
What are your thoughts about potential Teletech layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
People're concerned, I heard someone high up in our corp that they planned cuts but that plan was abandoned, so we are safe here in Englewood?
The new $14.50 an hour insurance agents ...
are no better than the so-called "scabs" who work a job while a union is on strike or locked out. They know they're putting higher-paid agents out of work. But they don't have the ability to have gotten the job when it had a higher pay scale... — read more
Richardson - 150 let go
TeleTech is laying off more than 350 people in Richardson in late September, according to a letter to the Texas Workforce Commission (WARN Filed)
Two coworkers I know are dating
I have seen two coworkers date and work the same shift is that even allowed? Thought it was against company policy