As if being a sprint rep recently wasn't bad enough
So, at our morning meeting today, our manager (who's last day is today) informed us of some new stuff that our regional manager is going to enforce. The one thing that he said that really just blew my mind was a new thing around C-sat that we already have about 20 different policies for. Any one that has walked into a sprint store recently knows that we have to talk to you about the surveys, and confirm the fives.
Now it turns out that our regional manager wants the person with the lowest C-sat for the month, to wear a sign. This sign, which i imagine is at least an 8x12 sheet of paper, is go...
I'm surprised anyone is left working at that store due to the possibility of having to be humiliated by wearing that sign. I suppose it's only because the economy is so poor and the chances of finding another job right away is slim.
I'd still be tempted to tell him to take that sign and stick it right up his ass.
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Doesn't look like it is legal to them to do that. You can either show them the article or wear the sign then sue them.
I'm also dying to know what region this is in.
You should definitely call EHL and/or ethics help line. If you ever feel anything is borderline wrong, unethical, belittling, etc go ahead and call them. Best of luck!