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Free Shuttle Service for Call Center Employees (Night Shift)

i am very interested to repost this online petition which talks on Call center employees safety.

Here is the petition:

To: Call Center Operators/CCAP

How many times have we heard stories of people being harassed and mugged on their way to and from work during late hours? The working force of call centers are constantly exposed to dangers like this because of all the bad elements that prowl the streets during the wee hours of the morning.

In the spirit of Labor Day this coming May 1, 2008, we would like to propose that Call Centers offer free shuttle services to night-shift employees for their own safety. The service won’t have to bring all of them home directly but at least drop them off in secure places that have decent lighting with access to public transportation.

If you believe in this, then please sign this online petition and forward to your friends. Thank you and mabuhay po kayong lahat!

Sincerely,

The Undersigned

So to my dear readers who have the heart, please sign here.. and thanks a lot in advance!

May 4, 2008 - Posted by | call center, from internet, happenings, personal |

1 Comment »

  1. A shuttle service is enough. It doesn’t need to be FREE. Isn’t it? This is a good proposal. Street criminals are not targeting call center agents because they can get valuables from call center agents. And its easy to spot call center agent nowadays; some (many) of them still wear their company ID in going home.

    Comment by batang buotan | May 5, 2008 | Reply


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