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Member since 04 Oct 2007
Member from Te Awamutu
My daughter works for a call centre taking incoming calls for a large corporation. This work can be very stressful as often these calls are complaints which the customer seems to think the call taker are personally responsible for. They also seem to work under an American system where all calls are supposed to be dealt with under three minutes (impossible with some customers) They can earn quite good bonuses if they fit into all the criteria the bosses demand.
Member since 05 Oct 2008
Member from Alexandra
I guess that there are many of us that would like to do a bit of work to earn some extra income, the information you posted didn't make it clear if a person could work from home and if so how would be the employee be paid for work done etc.
Member since 09 Sep 2008
Member from Manukau Central
hello Thesnipe I too work in busy part time retail and have alot of young kids that I work with. I must be lucky cos I could not as for a better bunch They are very hard working respectful kids. Do agree though with everything you say. one of our last managers was only 22. No life skills what so ever. Can I ask where you work.
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