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Comment by juha, on 11-Aug-2006 10:53
That's all very well, but where will they move the management to?
Comment by Bung, on 11-Aug-2006 11:21
Did Telecom actually decide anything apart from how little it will pay the contractors responsible for running the call centres?
Comment by Jama, on 11-Aug-2006 11:22
'and no more of Telecom's 1500 call-centre staff who work in the consumer or residential area will be affected. '
Comment by freitasm, on 11-Aug-2006 11:46
It would be good to have a bit more text here.. Stuff is well known for taking the content out after a month, so this is going to go forever into devnull a bit later...
Comment by juha, on 11-Aug-2006 12:54
US$10 a day is the going rate I hear.
Comment by GingerNinja, on 11-Aug-2006 13:25
Do Slingshot already outsource their call centre? Service from them is pretty poor - the operators aren't actually authorised to do bugger all.
Comment by SpiderNZ, on 12-Aug-2006 21:27
>>Comment by juha, on 11-AUG-2006 12:54>>US$10 a day is the going rate I hear.
Going rate for what?
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