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wondering

London, KY

#1 Sep 24, 2009
i applied online and they called me the very next morning to set up a time to come in for an interview. what are the chances i'm getting hired? and what do they start out at?
ur good

United States

#2 Sep 25, 2009
As long as you pass the initial drug test and computer test, your on. I wouldn't be too excited though, it's a paycheck, but that is the worse place to work EVER. They will hire Anybody as long as they get through the test because the turnover rate is so bad there. They cant keep workers because overly-stupid rules and awful treatment. And the people that do stay, don't stay because the like they're job, they just stay for the paycheck and they are all on antidepressants because they hate their jobs but know they cant find another one. Good luck though.
A Wifes Husband

Lexington, KY

#3 Sep 25, 2009
wondering wrote:
i applied online and they called me the very next morning to set up a time to come in for an interview. what are the chances i'm getting hired? and what do they start out at?
-- my Wife works there has been for two years now. She loves it. and Everyone that she works with has been there longer than her. She said she is very pleases with her job. She was an assitant Manager at a local business , sure she doesn't make the money as she did but great hours and does have benefits! Works from 6 to 2:30 every day off weekends which is a plus! off Holidays, it is in all of what you like to do rather you like it or not!
wondering

London, KY

#4 Sep 25, 2009
well i worked at HSBC and i dont think it gets much worse than that! thank you both for the info!
really

Vilonia, AR

#5 Sep 25, 2009
A Wifes Husband wrote:
<quoted text>-- my Wife works there has been for two years now. She loves it. and Everyone that she works with has been there longer than her. She said she is very pleases with her job. She was an assitant Manager at a local business , sure she doesn't make the money as she did but great hours and does have benefits! Works from 6 to 2:30 every day off weekends which is a plus! off Holidays, it is in all of what you like to do rather you like it or not!
Bull. What contract does she work on that starts taking calls at 6 a.m? I've been there 6 years and I dont know of any that take calls that early. FBI opens the earliest and theres no way that shes only been there 2 years and got a morning shift with weekends off. Not buying it.
done it

Liberty, KY

#6 Sep 25, 2009
I just got done applying online as well. what do they start out paying? i really need a job right now...is it all full time or do they offer part time to?
hopethishelps

Corbin, KY

#7 Sep 26, 2009
done it wrote:
I just got done applying online as well. what do they start out paying? i really need a job right now...is it all full time or do they offer part time to?
The pay depends on the project you work on, FBI is 9.30 per hour.CIS, Dol, and HHS are more,with better benefits. Good Luck, I left there after almost five years of employment with them,I just felt so intiminated by the managers, having to ask permission for every break and even sometimes at the end of the shift we had to ask permission to leave(they were understaffed) They changed my hours and days I worked so much that I had no life outside the call center.
wondering

London, KY

#8 Sep 26, 2009
so if they say im 2nd shift (12:30 - 9) with weekends off they may change that?? i have 2 little girls and i can't just work when they feel like. is the incoming call part for customer service the fbi side or the other?
Happily works there

United States

#9 Sep 26, 2009
I've been working there for 3 years. It can be stressful at times but that is the nature of the work. If you want to make good money and have good benefits then you're going to have to hop off of the welfare train and realize that to make money you must put forth effort. If you will come to work on time, do your job, and be an overall pleasant person then you will be treated just fine. Many people in this area can't stand the idea of actually working for the money they are paid. CSC doesn't play around. They are a huge company with a lot of potential. This area has a severe drug problem, a lot of straight up lazy people, and a lack of education. The turnover rate for people who live in Barbourville and work there is high .. but for those who drive from other places to come to work actually take pride in their job, come to work on time, and they know how lucky they are to have a nice sit down job where they can talk on the phone all day and make good money doing it. I'm not going to say I come home every day happy .. but I am 20 years old and smart enough to know that for someone young like me to have 3 years of employment behind me, an excellent employee record, and already a promotion with a substancial raise .. its obvious that they have quite a bit to offer. If you want to be the odds and make something of yourself unlike most of the people in this area .. then apply. All they can do is turn you down.
try again

United States

#10 Sep 26, 2009
this is to Happily works there.If your 20 yrs old you haven't worked there for 3 yrs you have to be 18 before they hire you. you must lake mathematics. but your mouth seems to function just fine. I guess that's why you have a job that requires talking on the phone all day.
umm

Ripley, TN

#11 Sep 26, 2009
Her mouth works well, but her grammar cannot keep up. If you want to talk down about people who work there having a lack of education (everyone that works there MUST have a diploma; and if you have a degree why in the hell would you want to work at CSC? Are you insane?), then include yourself... "Substancial" is spelled "Substantial" just like it sounds.
wondering

London, KY

#12 Sep 26, 2009
well thanks for all the input. personally, i don't think it could be worse than HSBC, plus when you're 19 with a GED I don't think it sounds too bad. I never have had to work at McDonalds or anything like that because I figure if you can do a job and do well at it there is no reason to settle for flipping burgers. a degree and a diploma are not the same btw ;)
Mini 14

Corbin, KY

#14 Sep 27, 2009
wondering wrote:
so if they say im 2nd shift (12:30 - 9) with weekends off they may change that?? i have 2 little girls and i can't just work when they feel like. is the incoming call part for customer service the fbi side or the other?
Sounds like CIS...U will ALWAYS have ur week ends off, however, u will have a option of moving up in time to a earlier shift as new people come out on the floor. Great job, Great people!
umm

Ripley, TN

#15 Sep 27, 2009
wondering wrote:
well thanks for all the input. personally, i don't think it could be worse than HSBC, plus when you're 19 with a GED I don't think it sounds too bad. I never have had to work at McDonalds or anything like that because I figure if you can do a job and do well at it there is no reason to settle for flipping burgers. a degree and a diploma are not the same btw ;)
";)"

If you would have taken the statements as they were made to be, you would know I was not saying that they were. I was indicating that if you had a degree, out of all the jobs in the world that you could get, WHY would you want to work at CSC... ;)
wondering

London, KY

#16 Sep 27, 2009
thanks for the feedback ... it pretty much sounds like the job will be as good as you make it ... and really there isn't much around here that pays better
how are the benefits?? i have 2 babies and my husband is a full time psychology student so we need decent insurance
Mini 14

Corbin, KY

#17 Sep 28, 2009
wondering wrote:
thanks for the feedback ... it pretty much sounds like the job will be as good as you make it ... and really there isn't much around here that pays better
how are the benefits?? i have 2 babies and my husband is a full time psychology student so we need decent insurance
Great benefits...a E.R bill is only around 12 dollars.
wondering

London, KY

#18 Sep 28, 2009
wow that is great. how much do they start at and does it go up after training??
Mini 14

Corbin, KY

#19 Sep 28, 2009
wondering wrote:
wow that is great. how much do they start at and does it go up after training??
On CIS, its 9.99 a hour through training and working there. I know the E.R bill is around 12 dollars. I went and hurt my leg a while back and the bill was only 12.71
name

Murray, KY

#20 Sep 29, 2009
Mini 14 wrote:
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Great benefits...a E.R bill is only around 12 dollars.
Thats funny , I just payed 900
squirrel

Winchester, KY

#21 Sep 29, 2009
name wrote:
<quoted text>
Thats funny , I just payed 900
well if you werent retarded you would have saved 888 dollars.

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