June 25th, 2008 at 05:23am
From my spam folder:
From: Sid Is
Subject: Why you should never hire a receptionist
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According to answers.com, “receptionist” is a noun meaning “An office worker employed chiefly to receive visitors and answer the telephone.”
It could just be me, but I don’t think having a receptionist greeting guests via video link is going to look very professional. Perhaps they will have a budget non-video-link version where they put a phone at reception with a sign pointing to it saying “To talk to receptionist, lift handset”.
I suppose it could be worse, they could have all of their “receptionists” in an Indian call centre: “Welcome and pleased be us for calling office the Mr. Andrew. Do having tell of what for you call and hold?”
Such strange offers make their way around the planet in spam emails.
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