5 posts • joined 11 May 2012
Re: I believe...
Still light enough to be carried away by looters. Jeremy Kyle will look good on that!
Re: What's the problem?
"It's like finding out that there's been a guy coming into your office, because he always came in with a certain employee, and logging onto the corporate network for years and now people find out that NOBODY has any idea who he is or what he was doing and that he was nothing to do with the company. It's serious stuff."
I worked for that company, and those people were 2 a penny! In fact I think I was one of them for a while!
So Nokia's engineers are to blame?
Or did Stephen Elop just not listen? Certainly more of a chance for the CEO's to hear what's happening on the frontline, if only they'd actually take action.
Normally when feedback comes up through the sanitising management chain it changes on the way up. So shit becomes manure becomes fertiliser becomes conditions for growth!
29 comments. 1 tenuously discussing the story, 27 discussing the merits on self-service checkouts. If that's not a solid indicator on how interesting the actual journalism I don't know what is! Oh perhaps the click through on "more from this author". Might give a marginally more accurate view of how exciting this story is As so often, lazy journalism with a funny headline.
Labour costs in some parts of Africa (for intsnce, Ethiopia) are one seventh of the cost of China. Expect a TalkTalk call centre there very soon.
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