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is Conduent as bad as people make it seem?

I work a shitty job in retail (Walgreens) with absolutely horrendous hours. But I get a full 32-40 hours. Walgreens has gone off the rails and has become ridiculous with its budget cuts and added on services. But I recently accepted a job with Conduent for technical support and billing WFH. I start at the end of the month and I am concerned about job security. Is this job worth leaving my shitty retail job? I also have no call center experience. I honestly saw “WFH” and instantly clicked yes to the offer. Some advice would be much appreciated.

What do you think?

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  1. You must have one thing and one thing most of all for WFH positions and that one thing is willpower. I’ve been work from home long before Covid and the one thing I’ve noticed is that the worst attendance is for people that will work from home. We tend to get to comfy cozy because we’re at home Attendance becomes an issue long breaks land long lunches.
    Any job is what you make of it depending on what the company has to offer. If that particular company doesn’t give you what you’re looking for I work for one that is a shining star for employees. This is not any sort of scheme just offering to help if you need it I work for one of the top telecommunication companies in the United States so that tells you something in itself

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