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As IT Security Engineer my roles included but not limited to: Work at Alpine Access? They provide computer, but you will need your own. Flag as Inappropriate Flag as Inappropriate. Advice to Management My management team was very nice and helpful. The only thing is you have to be careful of how you word things.

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432 Employee Reviews

I learned more about vitamins and supplements. No communication from management and no advancement. Enjoyable was taking orders for vitamins and supplements. Worked at home, trained at home.

Overall Sykes is a good. Individual training runs from great to bad depending on who is doing the training.. Good company culture, friendly. Sykes expects you to produce results.

Brief and very weak call center wrought with errors. Absolutely no training or interaction with a capable leader. It was no surprise they were bought out and I was out of a job. The company video is completely different than the managers. The managers need far better training and much stricter oversight. If the companies, such as Wal-Mart, could hear some of the things being said during training, they would be horrified!

I worked for Alpine Access for two years. They kept changing procedures and expecting you to get it in a week if not you got a warning, the only benefit you have working for this company is the work from home part, but if it's only your main source of money it's not worth it, they do not give you raises, advancement to grow etc.

Relaxing work from home experience. A typical workday at Alpine Access begins around 4pm until midnight but the start times depend on the assigned program. Training consisted of three weeks in an Abode virtual classroom followed call shadowing. Managers and senior CSRs are a valuable resource for information. In addition, there is room for advancement.

Overall this a great company to begin a career in customer service in a home setting. This is a work from home company that has many different companies under there umbrella that they provide customer service for. The training is virtual as well as everything else.

This is a telecommute position. It costs you to begin with, phone, internet, headset. The only good I can say about this position is you will get great at your computer skills and be able to switch from one subject matter to the next. Interesting and challenging work environment.

This company offers some interesting positions. A typical work day is one where we would meet with the manager to plan the day and talk about issues that need improvement. I learned to have patience and empathy for others.

The toughest part about the job is that given I worked from home, I had to motivate myself without much support from peers. The most enjoyable part of the position is the interaction with the clients.

The hours are not selected by the employer therefore you do not get the same amount of hours each week. This is not conducive to a regular check or one that is guaranteed to generate the amount of money that you will need to live. For a work from home job its fine. You get to make your own schedule. There is opportunity for plenty of overtime. Management was decent but ALL of them that I had went to other companies so Was this review helpful? Alpine Access work from home. A typical day was taking orders for the vitamin shoppe program.

I learned more about vitamins and supplements. No communication from management and no advancement. Enjoyable was taking orders for vitamins and supplements. Worked at home, trained at home.

Overall Sykes is a good. Individual training runs from great to bad depending on who is doing the training.. Good company culture, friendly. Sykes expects you to produce results. Brief and very weak call center wrought with errors. Absolutely no training or interaction with a capable leader. It was no surprise they were bought out and I was out of a job. The company video is completely different than the managers.

The managers need far better training and much stricter oversight. If the companies, such as Wal-Mart, could hear some of the things being said during training, they would be horrified!

I worked for Alpine Access for two years. They kept changing procedures and expecting you to get it in a week if not you got a warning, the only benefit you have working for this company is the work from home part, but if it's only your main source of money it's not worth it, they do not give you raises, advancement to grow etc.

Relaxing work from home experience. A typical workday at Alpine Access begins around 4pm until midnight but the start times depend on the assigned program. Training consisted of three weeks in an Abode virtual classroom followed call shadowing. Managers and senior CSRs are a valuable resource for information. In addition, there is room for advancement. Overall this a great company to begin a career in customer service in a home setting.

This is a work from home company that has many different companies under there umbrella that they provide customer service for. The training is virtual as well as everything else. Want to know more about Alpine Access? This is a telecommute position. It costs you to begin with, phone, internet, headset. The only good I can say about this position is you will get great at your computer skills and be able to switch from one subject matter to the next.

Interesting and challenging work environment. This company offers some interesting positions. A typical work day is one where we would meet with the manager to plan the day and talk about issues that need improvement. I learned to have patience and empathy for others. The toughest part about the job is that given I worked from home, I had to motivate myself without much support from peers. The most enjoyable part of the position is the interaction with the clients.

Alpine Access Benefits

Alpine Access work from home Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Work from home – September 6, A typical day was taking orders for the vitamin shoppe program/5(). "work from home, set schedule, great pay plus benefits, advancement opportunities and raises" (in 6 reviews) Alpine Access CCP (16) Work At Home Customer Care Professional (14) Glassdoor has Alpine Access reviews submitted anonymously by Alpine Access employees. Read employee reviews and ratings on Glassdoor to decide if Alpine /5(). Alpine Access is now part of SYKES. For up to date information and jobs, please see the SYKES profile. For up to date information and jobs, please see the SYKES profile. Alpine Access Salaries.