The call center industry is in demand nowadays and its niche is found on business districts in and around the metro. Once inside, you will feel the energy of call center agents while they are talking to customers, giving their best to deliver world class customer service. You will also see their different strategies and techniques when resolving customer concerns. Some act as if they are just having a daily conversation, some are animated with different hand gestures, and some looks very frustrated especially when speaking with irate customers.
Customer service offices in call centers are filled with a lot of computers and each are placed on top of a desk. Each cubicle is arranged according to the office structure, and a board is usually placed in between desks to ensure privacy while assisting a customer during a call. For each computer, a corresponding telephone set is connected to it. A headset is then attached to the telephone, which will be used as the agents tool to listen, hear and talk to callers. These computers are typically networked in such a way that file sharing can be done. There is a separate help desk personnel who monitors the activities within the network on a daily basis.
There are also rooms or locations within the call center designed for recreational purposes. There is a room designated for online and indoor games such as table tennis. Usually, there is also a fitness room where agents can stay before or after the shift to work those stressed muscles off. Some call centers even have sleeping areas, and of course a canteen to serve food for every employee. True to the word, this is what you really call working while having fun.