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Author Topic: 27,000 phone bill  (Read 2387 times)

Offline Scott

Re: 27,000 phone bill
« Reply #15 on: January 04, 2008, 06:05:07 PM »
I've got a good one for Cos.  The IT company I worked at a few years ago in Calgary gave everyone a cel phone that needed it (mostly techs and sales).  Then in a monthly meeting the Pres came pushing out his chest and in his best assertive voice told everyone that they were no longer allowed to make personal calls on their cells.  The techs chewed on this for about 15 minutes and they marched into his office en mass and laid down all their phones on his desk.  Boy, did he have to do some grovelling - a memo was immediately issued that personal calls were fine, but would everyone please try to keep the long distance calls to a minimum.  Shortly afterwards, the company even decided to pay for almost everyone's home broadband so they could log in and work after hours when necessary (while in his office, someone had sarcastically mentioned that they would no longer use their own account to work from home when they had to log in and fix a customer's network). 
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