Being in the call center industry is quite toxic at times and very stressful most of the time. Foreign customers would yell at you over the phone. sometimes they also curse and discriminate us. Although its nothing personal but still it would get to you sometimes. You try to ignore it because its the company that they really are frustrated and upset with but we're only human and its in our nature to retaliate when we are being attacked. Not to mention the industry is numbers driven. You have to think and click fast! And because of the difference in work schedule, we don't have a normal life. I'm blessed that I got into a company that caters to the AU market, hence day shift. And I'm even more blessed to be part of a training batch that is full of people with different personalties. I've always believed that your training batch would always be your original family in the company. These people make my life at the office more fun and bearable.
We went to Star City last Friday night after work to unwind and let loose. It was tiring but it was worth it. I had so much fun and felt like a kid again. We had fun riding all those "buwis-buhay rides" (life threatening rides,hehehe...) and it was memorable. Can't wait to celebrate our first year anniversary in the company. :)
Picture taking in the office while waiting for the others
|Raisa likes nail polish too but in red hehehe....|
|Fueling up before hitting the rides|
|We were too scared to try the Star Flyer (a roller coaster ride where your feet are dangling in mid-air) so we just took pictures while waiting for the brave ones|
|Waiting for our turn for the classic Bump Cars|