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So we survived Sunday night. The event went off without any major issues, which is a large improvement from how things used to be. So now to talk about people…

The people that I now work with are different, yet the same, as any other call center I worked in.

You have your habitual whiners, “why does she set there?” “Why can’t I have weekends off?” blah blah blah

You have your drama queens, these are to be avoided at all cost if you don’t want to be labeled as one of them, or if you don’t want to feel like your life is a damn soap opera.

The know-it-alls who answer every question whether it was directed at them or not, and truly believe that they are the authority on every possible issue that could arise. Usually they are to be ignored if you want to keep your job for any length of time because they don’t know their ass from their elbow (unless they are me, and I know everything (;  )

The people who are seriously just trying to do their jobs and go home to their families.

The really sweet ones, and they are perhaps the most deadly…they are sugar and hugs until they can get close enough to firmly wedge the knife in your back.

The old timers who by sheer force of experience if nothing else are regarded as the authority and the true source of knowledge in the office.

…….. This I think covers your basic customer service… technical support are a completely different story….

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3 Comments

  1. So where exactly do I fit in there missy?

  2. Nice, and I thought we were work besties, glad to know what you really think of me now…LMAO


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