10 KeepCallers, 1 question: What’s your favorite thing about your job?
“Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life,” said Mark Twain. But what do KeepCallers enjoy the most about their job? We all have different positions, different tasks, and different satisfactions. So, we picked 10 KeepCallers and asked them: What’s your favorite thing about your job?
My favorite part of my job is playing the PPC detective in the MobileRecharge advertising account. 🕵️ Did the CPA increase? What was the user looking for on Google? What new competitor has entered the business? How did my new ad impact the performance? Why is there a spike at 12 PM and a lot of traffic from Spain? To trust or not to trust machine learning?
Investigating all these, connecting the clues, finding the answers, and taking action, is part of what I do. At the end of the day, I know that all of these reflect in happy new customers who find the solution to what they are looking for: mobile credit. And of course, the joy continues the next day, when running the reports and looking at numbers. ;)Claudia (Team Lead Mobile Recharge, Romania)
You never get bored! Keeping up with the ads industry that is in a continuous change, spiced up with internal projects, product updates and so on.Diana (Voice & MR Manager, Romania)
The thing I love about my job is that I can never get bored. The subject of my work is the most interesting thing out there: humans, with all the amazing “features” they imply. Imagine dealing with a mix of all variations of personalities, cultural beliefs, interests, and limits, and trying to define them and then work with them.
At a first glance, my job is about building profiles, selecting and recruiting people, dealing with performance appraisals, creating surveys, delivering presentations, etc. If you take a better look, it’s all about communicating, anticipating behaviors and reactions, analyzing motivators and fears, and understanding how the way we are built influences who we are and what we do; a.k.a. a mix of psychology + sociology + neuroscience. I love it from the bottom of my limbic system. ;)Maria (HR Manager, Romania)
In a nutshell, the possibility to always reinvent myself and working with smart people who are also good people.Ecaterina (Communication Specialist, Romania)
The thing that I like the most about my job is that it is very challenging and it helps me improve my skills. But still… check out the pic below. :DEmanuela (Developer, Romania)
I would say that my favorite thing about my job is the feeling of satisfaction I get when I successfully help and solve a customer’s issue.John Paul (Customer Support Assistant, Bolivia)
There are many small things that I like about my job, but I believe one of the things I like the most is that it is a great work environment (starting with colleagues, workplace, diversity, flexibility etc).Alexandru (Online Marketing Specialist, Romania)
My favourite thing is that my job involves interacting with almost all the different teams in KC. It keeps things interesting and I always find I’m learning something new from each.Ramona (Email Specialist, Romania)
A favorite? Not so easy to pick… I will leave out the team just this time, and the fact that the people I work with are dedicated and inspiring. So this would definitely be on my list of favorite things, that give a positive vibe to working days. I’ll pick the diversity of tasks this time and the dynamic feeling it gives me. I can never really get bored. :)) There’s always something that needs to be done, and I really like the fact that when I need a break from creativity, I can take care of other tasks, and get back with better ideas later. Also, getting in touch with so many cultures and getting to explore them (even if just from my desk) is so very cool for a job, right?Roxana (Communication Specialist, Romania)
My favorite thing about my job is that it involves interacting and communicating with people, so you can never get bored (I was actually promised that from my interview) and also that my tasks are very diverse, from recruiting to reports, so I can use both my emotional intelligence and communication skills, and also my analytical skills.
It’s very rewarding when you get to meet amazing people and especially when they also join our team. It feels nice to know that you contributed to helping someone find the right job for them and also keeping our nice company culture with the new additions to the team.Bianca (HR Specialist, Romania)