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Working remotely can feel overwhelming for some people. This is natural, particularly if you’re still adjusting to this lifestyle.
Lately, you feel remote life has lost its luster. Maybe you’re losing motivation and missing in-person meetings. Also, routinely living in slippers doesn’t seem as appealing.
Maybe your reality is entirely different from the one exemplified here. But still, you feel down, hopeless, and are irritable working from home.
- Handle customer's inbound and outbound calls. Solving queries, telling them about products/offers/services
- Follow communication “scripts” when handling different topics
- Identify customers’ needs, clarify information, research every issue and provide solutions and/or alternatives
- Seize opportunities to upsell products when they arise
- Build sustainable relationships and engage customers by taking the extra mile
- Keep records of all conversations in our database in a comprehensible way
- Frequently attend educational seminars to improve knowledge and performance level
- Meet personal/team qualitative and quantitative targets
- Good Communication Skills
- Good Problem-solving skills over the call
- High energy level
In any case, it’s natural to wonder: Is this a case of the blues, or could these be depression symptoms? And if they are, is it because you’re working from home?