Amazon Hiring Home-Based HR Customer Service

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Amazon Hiring Home-Based HR Customer Service

Amazon is currently hiring seasonal home-based HR customer service in the U.S. These appear to be full-time work at home positions available in the following states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

From the company:

“Join Amazon’s Employee Resource Center (ERC) team and help make a difference for all Amazonians. The ERC provides HR assistance to Amazon employees, in the form of accurate, consistent, and timely responses to inquiries from various contact channels – phone, web case and chat. The ERC primarily exists to help Amazon employees find answers to their questions and solve their complex HR problems.”

Basic Qualifications (from work-at-home job listing)

  • 3+ years of Customer Service, Human Resources, Contact Center or equivalent experience

Preferred Qualifications (from listing):

  • 4+ years of contact center or equivalent experience.
  • Previous experience working in a virtual environment.
  • Basic US legislation Leave of Absence and Accommodations knowledge.
  • 1 year of Leave and/or Accommodations experience, to include: previous work in a leave of absence and/or disability claim management role, with experience using case management systems, reviewing cases for eligibility, determining the appropriate leave and/or disability pay benefits that apply to a specific situation, and establishing/executing a case management plan.
  • Knowledge of US federal and state leave and disability laws
  • Previous HR experience.
  • Proven ability to manage customer contacts in a fast paced environment.
  • Proven ability to adjust to constantly changing workloads.
  • Proven ability to follow existing process with high attention to detail.

Responsibilities (from listing):

  • Serve as the first point of contact for leave, disability, and accommodation related questions
  • Take ownership of employee contacts ensuring that each contact is accepted and resolved with a high degree of customer focus
  • Resolve queries by referring to documentation such as frequently asked questions and standard operating procedures and escalate when these cannot be resolved
  • Build customer trust through empathetic personalized conversations
  • Work cross-departmentally with a teammate first approach
  • Receive queries via phone, email or chat and log contacts into the shared service case management system
  • Maintain a high level of responsibility and accountability to being punctual and adhering to an assigned schedule
  • Work closely with partner teams to keep up to date on process changes, partner for quick resolution of cross-functional issues, and consult to improve processes

From the company:

“In this role, team members will interact directly with Amazon employees in a way that builds trust by providing accurate information and resolving issues. The virtual contact center agent must be able to ask probing questions to fully understand the issue, follow business processes with high attention to detail, use multiple resources effectively to find the right information and communicate effectively to the employee.”

If interested in learning more about this home-based HR customer service opportunity, please visit the original work at home job listing. Good luck!

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