To monitor my performance at work I think I’ll start tweeting this image at customers after contact with us.
Picked up a few of these from work, based on the idea that we can give them to people we meet who might be looking for a change of scenery. Pretty cool concept.
Side A: “You probably get this all the time, but I’d like to see more of you.”
Side B: “OK, I understand we’ve only just met - but I know talent when I see it. I work at iiNet and we’re always on the lookout for talented people to join our team. We go for the “knows-their-stuff-and-loves-a-challenge” types - people just like you.
If you’re happy where you are now, no sweat. But if you’re thinking about a change of scenery, let’s talk.”
iiNet TopGeek 2.0
I know a lot of my friends are awesome and geeky. If any of you out there want the chance to be flown to the geeky convention around the world of your choice (with spending money!) check it out. ;D
So I was worried when I got my pay slip and it was less then usual. Then I realise there’s a second page to the document which is my actual pay slip. The first page was a whole bunch of extra back pay (they’re counting one of my shifts on a small penalty rate), meaning I get paid an extra 98% above normal this fortnight.
Thank you work.
The company I work turned 18 today! This is pretty relevant to us, because we (and similar company Internode) are often seem as the hip, young innovators of the broadband market in Australia.
So we posted the news on Facebook to a good response, including these two particularly awesome comments AND a word from our CEO on Twitter.
Either they put something in the water here or I genuinely love my job, the company, my coworkers, management and senior management more than I ever thought was possible.
Honestly, I think it’s the latter.
I think I might be getting sent to AVCon by work.
This makes me all kinds of happy.
I’m really digging this video at the moment because of the attitudes and reactions of the staff working in a callcentre, a job not very well known for highjinks or smiles. It looks like the boys and girls at Westnet are break the mold here.