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|30th August 2006, 19:08||#31|
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|31st August 2006, 09:39||#33|
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People working for Call Centres / BPO's need to question the management about their own saftey, to bring in transparency about the process. Work more closely with the Transport Companies to check if they are adhering to the regulations... Its no brainer to identify the solution, but implementing it is a different story altogether!!!
|31st August 2006, 12:01||#34|
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good lord that everybody's safe. but in today's world nobody has time, rather time is money. sadly in our country the cost of human life is not much. in call centres one simply cant do all the pickups & drops in the given 2 hours time so they keep pushing like F1 on the roads to make up for the time, else their money is gone.
u cud see the same behaviour by domino's people. they wud risk everything to deliver the pizza in less than 30 minutes, IMHO all these time based practices should be banned. they put a lot many people's lives in jeopardy.
|1st September 2006, 09:42||#35|
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Heres another twist to the "call centre cab" angle.
Lots of call centre cabs, when empty, pick up customers for cash-most common in Bangalore is KR Puram bridge going towards Hebbal+Whitefield towards Sarjapur.
There have been reports recently where 3-4 guys in such cabs, pick up people and mug them on pre-selected stretches of empty roads.
Wonder if the transport companies or the call centres even do anything of such reported incidents.
|4th September 2006, 10:59||#36|
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Infact, when he used to come to pick me up he used to park and sleep and give the keys to my mom. So that when I'm ready I would drive and pick my colleagues and wake him up when the office is nearby.
Although bending the rules but was safe and co-operative on our part.
This beats it all do you realise that your license does not allow you to drive taxi's. So technically its not Legal to do this.
Just a question what is the rational behind doing this, why can't you drive to work yourself on car pool. Which could be musch safer.
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