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Working at LiveOps — Reviews by Employees

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Reviews of Jobs at LiveOps

4.2Rating Details
Category
Pay5
Respect4
Benefits4
Job Security5
Work/Life Balance3
Career Growth3
Location5
Co-Workers5
Work Environment5

From Palo Alto, Ca — 01/06/2010

Liveops is great. I avg. $15-20.00 per hour and work when I want to. Some may complain that do not get enough calls..but calls are routed to the agents with the best statistics first. There are probably over 20000 people that have contracts with Liveops, and many probably have zero sales skills. This is a sales job folks...so if sales is not your thing..do not expect a ton of calls. Everything is very closely monitored, and they do know who is not fit for this type of work. People call us..I do not have to dial out, which I love! The scripts are simple, the system is fantastic, and I love the flexibility of working from home.
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3.2Rating Details
Category
Pay3
Respect3
Benefits3
Job Security1
Work/Life Balance5
Career Growth3
Location5
Co-Workers4
Work Environment4

From Palo Alto, CA — 01/04/2009

I have been with LiveOps for going on 6 years. Even though the pay and the job security is not great, as far as either of those issues out in the brick and mortar 'real' world, they aren't any better as far as I am concerned. I chose to be a home bases business owner and it's not cut out for everyone, because you have to disipline yourself and set and meet goals. And even though you are considered a 'contact' agent, you still have to be accountable and show up to do your job. You get to pick and chose the times you work if you get the commits that you need and at the times you want. If not, you take the luck of the draw and have to hope that a slot opens up that you can grab. You are required to know your products and read scripts verbatum but the variety of calls, the ability to work in your pjs, and on your own schedule, makes up for the lack of benefits and securty. As far as the co-worker competence, and environment, its a virtual world, what more can you expect? I have made alot of great on-line friends that are co-workers, present or past, and through that network of friends we have made a work friendly environment. So give Live Ops a chance they have worked for thousands of people.
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