Alorica in some areas of Florida have better compensation than in other locations. For example, in Miami they pay you between $9-$10 an hour versus in Tampa FL you start at $12.50 and can easily work your way up to between $15-$16.
The downfall to the company is that it is too strict on matters that really do not matter and is not enough care for it's employees. Everything is surrounded in immediate corrective actions in the form of write ups or terminations that are not always legitimate, and I for one left due to the disappearance of the culture, the unnecessary increased stress by Team Leads, Management and Upper Management, and due to the lack of flexibility with the work schedule. They mislead you to believe that they will work with your school schedule, daycare schedule, etc but yet 9.5/10 times, you will be subject to only what they need.
I understand it is a place of business, however, if there was more focus on the culture, improvement with management to help more not just for business but for employees' needs, and if there was a better sense of direction for accountability as strict on management, as they are on the entry level employees, then this would be a less stress and more enjoyable career path that someone could look forward to having a passion and zest to come to work.
Management kills the vibe and the positive nature of it's entry level employees on a daily basis.
Super stressful management, critical only to the mistakes of entry level reps, not enough culture, does not accommodate for the betterment of it's employees.