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This morning’s really got me wishing I could just take the telemarketing approach. Whenever a telemarketer calls, I usually just tell them I’m not interested. That’s what I’d like to tell my employer today. “Hello Ms. Rush, I’m calling to offer you an opportunity to win some money today, and all it will take on your part is—” “I’m not interested.” Click. Why can’t life be that easy? I don’t like dealing with all the stupid people who aren’t even presented with the suggestion to take responsibility for their actions. It’s stressful, and it makes me feel ill, and it’s really a lot more hard work than I get compensated for. So either raise the pay, or, I’m just not captivated enough to come into work. If I didn’t think I’d get fired, that’s what I’d call in and say. “I do apologize for the inconvenience, but my interest in this job is currently unavailable. If you could just call back in about a week or so, I should be able to assist you at that point. However, nothing in the former statement constitutes a promise.”

Taken from customerservant.com


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