So as many of you know, my last job before going back to university was working as a telebanking specialist. I HATED it. Worst job I ever had. It was very bad.
I wanted to quit almost from the moment I started, but had promised my parents I would not leave until I found a new job. I kept my promise, but that did not keep me from wanting to quit. It certainly didn't keep my from hoping that damn place would just close. I mean, if everyone got laid off because the center closed than i wouldn't need to quit.
Now honestly, I didn't seriously want the call center to quit because there were many people working their who just needed the job. There aren't many full time positions in my hometown, and that center employed a very large amount of people.
However, I found out today that the call center officially shut down a little while ago. Almost as soon as I quit apparentally.
So I feel really torn. Part of me is just unbareably happy, as i hated that place with every fiber of my being and some of my managers were just horrible. But another part of me feels bad, because as I said there were a lot of people there who just needed the work.
Still I'm not suprised. The turn over at that place was whip lash inducing. Several people were begged not to quit. Plus even the people at the top of the stats didn't actually meet the contract goals, so it was only a matter of time.
Maybe they should have let us have Kleenex.