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Submitted by HaroldR 25-04-2020 | 3 Comments

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I don't know how many head office colleagues there are but the CEO's email this morning that 240 of them are moving over to call centres makes me wonder how many head office people they really need and might it not be a good idea to keep those 240 and possibly others on permanent call centre duty!

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I don't know how many head office colleagues there are but the CEO's email this morning that 240 of them are moving over to call centres makes me wonder how many head office people they really need and might it not be a good idea to keep those 240 and possibly others on permanent call centre duty!

What do you think?
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Repeat Guest

Only keep them if they are any good in their roles!

Philosopher

@HaroldRif u need help with something the site can help but this side is not help please see here and post in correct section for u issue and in ur own topic and we or the staff will reply soon.

 

help side is here

 

 @ignored1 @HaroldR  the CEO staff have also changed to a different area of the uk so they a i think helping the call lines more that on this site.

 

but this site is not a 24/7 site and before c19 they only worked week days and the flow was a lot lets issues to help fix and post to reply to.

 

there is a chat option on the c19 page but the call staff are not handling faults only other issues 

 

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