rapsnacks - 2008-05-27 Are cubicle stairs a sales incentive? Because they should be.
kiint - 2008-05-27 she actually clocked herself on the stairs on the other side of the aisle
Ersatz - 2008-05-27 Note to direct-marketing companies: having your sales staff pitch for personal-injury lawyers 700 times in an 8-hour shift only serves to give them ideas.
kingarthur - 2008-05-27 Massive fuck you to "get back on the phones" guy who follows up with a line that sounds like he's saying he's gonna go review the tapes and it sounds like itsmeant to be a warning. I have a special, festering hatred for those types of managers.
charmlessman - 2008-05-27 I imagine he's telling her, "Sure, you can go home. You're going to get docked today's pay though. And it's going to go on your review, and as we both know, Helga, you're hanging on by a thread here."
KnowFuture - 2008-05-28 ...which pretty much sums up every jagoff manager I had to deal with in my one-pay-period-long stint as a telemarketer. GotDAMN that job sucked.
chumbucket - 2008-05-27 the mensa club on how to arrange an office: "yeah. so we'll put like the shift supervisor's cubicle like higher, on like pedestal or dias, if you will. that way they can catch anyone trying to take rests in between calls"
TinManic - 2008-05-27 that's actually a good idea. they aren't paid to sleep.