What's Your Scene?
Behind the Scene
If you work "Behind the Scene" of customer service, you would not have to talk with customers on a regular basis. On occasion, a customer may ask you to help them locate a certain item or person. You will probably have to interact with co-workers at least one time per hour.
You will probably work near many customers and some co-workers. This means you might sit or stand near customers and co-workers. These jobs also require that you manage your anxiety and frustration in appropriate ways. Even when you feel upset, you have to be able to keep those feelings to yourself because you are working in public. Customers don’t want to see or hear about your stress and frustration.
If you have not already taken our Social Skills Assessment, check it out!