Customer service / Retentions advisor in Cape Town, Western Cape
Productive and fun environmentThis is an amazing place to work for, the environment is always a good vibe. We have great staff in all departments and we are Family. Amazing Managers. Feels like a home away from home.
Writer in Cape Town, Western Cape
Engaging, supportive work environment.Mango5 is a BPO comprising a diverse variety of campaigns. I can only speak for the one international campaign for which I was a writer. We operated remotely, so I typically worked through my daily tasks at my own pace, delivering updates to my senior. Working at the office has always been pleasant, with a supportive culture and colleagues who are fun to be around.
Not the best place to workWorking on the CV Writing campaign was stressful, fast-paced, and highly demanding. The expected target is not worth R10K salary per month, and the commission structure is poor. They mainly target graduates, but you will quickly move on once the opportunity arises. Please think carefully before joining this campaign.
Content Writer in Home Based
Productive and fun workplace. The incentives are tops! The salary is good if you are not too greedy!I learned a lot of different things on a daily. A typical day involved logging in, writing a draft, taking mini-breaks in-between, drinking lots of water- I am a major water drinker- I am afraid of kidney stones, submitting the draft, then crafting a second one- usually after lunch. Listening to music while working to avoid naps. Watching the nicotine lovers do their thing. Walking up and down the passage bumping into the beautiful office managers. Yes, the company definitely has beautiful and handsome folk aplenty !!!
CV Writer in Cape Town, Western Cape
Good Stepping Stone but Watch OutThis place is impressive-looking and most of the people were alright. It's a nice stepping stone/your first job type of place. But you'll probably look to find work somewhere else. However, I found management to be harsh and intolerant. Don't be surprised if you get screamed at and humiliated for doing something incorrectly - and this is in an open-office environment. Nasty incidents just seem to seen as an everyday thing and gets swept under the rug. This is a typical capitalist, corporate organisation where your productivity is everything. If you're not producing well enough then expect to be attacked. No grey areas. If you have some sort of impairment then I would not advise you to work here. There were no indicators of tolerance or training to deal with someone who might need extra accommodations. We talk all this nonsense of mental health being important, but that philosophy is clearly not applied and not well understood.Everything is fast-paced with a big workload. Only the fastest, strongest, and toughest will survive.