|[AMRadio] OUT SOURCE OUT OF COUNTRY TECH HELP|
TChesek at Epix.Net
tchesek at epix.net
Fri Jul 14 12:55:48 EDT 2006
I've experienced the same frustrations as others trying to converse with
someone that does not have command of our language but the blame is not on
them. If I were in their shoes and a job was available I would take it.
Every middle easterner that I have met is intelligent, motivated, and hard
working. How long would it take us to learn the Indian language and speak it
correctly? The blame falls on Dell, IBM and other corporate managers who
have decided that the only way to compete is to outsource. The fact that the
help-desk personnel are difficult to understand is of no consequence to
them. They are "saving money" and that is all that matters. I'm not
biased...the fact that I was one of the 14,000 employees laid off by IBM in
2002 has no impact on my opinion. hi hi
----- Original Message -----
From: "W5OMR/Geoff" <w5omr at satx.rr.com>
To: "Discussion of AM Radio" <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Friday, July 14, 2006 12:26 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] OUT SOURCE OUT OF COUNTRY TECH HELP
> John E. Coleman (ARS WA5BXO) wrote:
> >What a coincidence.
> >I just had a customer in my computer shop yesterday telling me "her tell
> >woe" all and about her conversation with Frank in New Deli. Some of
> >guys are actually pretty smart and some just read from a clip board as is
> >the case even here in the US as well. The biggest problem occurs when
> >can't understand Texacan, Valley, or South Louisianaion
> >John, WA5BXO
> Ya gotta point there, John.
> Only a true southerner knows that the plural of 'ya'll' is 'all ya'll'.
> All ya'll towel-heads over there need to change the diapers on the top
> of yer heads!
> Driving your AM Rig without a scope,
> is like driving your car at night, without headlights. (K4KYV)
> 73 = Best Regards,
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