This Work-From-Home Job With Alorica Comes With a $180 Bonus After Training

Shot of a young woman using a mobile phone, laptop and writing notes while working from home
mapodile/Getty Images


< $10/HR

< $10/HR



Do you love people? Do you love people who need people? Because customer service company Alorica says it doesn’t have employees — it has people.

And right now Alorica is looking for enthusiastic people who want to help other people as a work-from-home customer service agent.

If you have excellent customer service skills, can work 30 hours per week on a set schedule and are a person, this might be the gig for you.

You’ll start with paid training, which is scheduled for March 12 through April 13 with the choice of 8 a.m.-noon or 1-5 p.m. CST.

Not the job for you? No worries, there are plenty of other gigs on our Facebook Jobs page. We post new opportunities there all the time.

Work-From-Home Customer Service Jobs at Alorica

Pay: $9 an hour

Responsibilities include:

  • Receiving incoming phone calls and adhering to a script while entering clients’ information and answering questions
  • Helping customers with their payment plans, service and questions about their utility bills
  • Upselling additional services
  • Completing initial and ongoing training

Applicants for this position must be at least 18 years old and must have:

  • Strong computer skills
  • A high school degree or GED
  • A minimum one year of sales experience
  • Ability to pass background checks
  • Ability to meet standards for some projects that may require drug screening or the ability to speak both English and Spanish

Benefits include:

  • Paid training at minimum wage for your state or local area
  • After your training and 60 hours of call time, you receive a $180 bonus.

Apply here for the customer service rep job at Alorica. If you have additional questions or are ready to start the process, click here.

Tiffany Connors is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She’s not much of a people person.   

Do you think this article might help you put more money in your pocket?Thumbs UpThumbs Down