created in 2012
Welcome to the tales subreddit for the rest of us, Tales from the Job! For all of the odd jobs and non-traditional roles that we low-leveled grunts have to deal with on a daily basis, this is the subreddit for you.
Welcome to Tales From Call Centers (TFCC), a place where we share tales from the trenches of the call center world!
This includes things like (but not limited to);
Ridiculous caller demands
Moronic and stupid things callers say
Moral support after dealing with awkward and difficult callers
Happy and positive calls
A place where people from the hotel industry can come and share the stories of the things our guests do and say that make customer service the hated job that it is.
A place to exchange stories about your bosses, employees, or those interesting customers you see daily.
Remember that customer who yelled at you over coupons?
Do I really have to wear this ridiculous polo shirt?
The things you do after customers leave
Come, put your name tag on, and let's get the stress of work off of our chest.
Customer push you to your limits today? Then you've definitely come to the right place! Here, we totally understand what it's like to have to rely on the generosity of others to make sure you pay your bills!
A derivative of subreddits like Tales From Retail that involves stories about folks that go into other businesses and have irate customers mistake them for employees. The more outrageous the story the better!
Welcome to Tales From Tech Support, where we share our stories of:
Incredible Feats of Networking Heroics;
Tech Troubleshooting Under the Direst Circumstances;
Unsolvable Problems Cracked by Sheer Genius and/or Pure Luck;
Moral Support after Having Dealt with Difficult Clients;
And of course, Stupid User Stories!
We've got a bit of a lull in the queue just now, so kick back, grab a cold one, and share your best tales among friends here at TFTS!
Pharmacy work requires its own special laws and regulations and with it comes so many wonderful problems.
How many times do you find yourself saying any of these:
- Your insurance sets the price
- That is your medical card, not your prescription card
- Your prescription is expired ... Yes even though you still have refills
If so this is the place to be!
Similar to /r/talesfromretail but more for ranting about customers, stupid things they do, ranting about managers, colleagues or whomever you wish to rant about that you encounter at work.
If you have a MIL that is lovely and not any of the things we talk about here, that's great. Let us rant away at the crazy shit they do. If it's your mom that's the issue, you can rant about that too.
A place to exchange stories about your bosses, employees, or those interesting clients that come in daily purely related to the banking industry or just plain stupidity of fellow tellers. Also all credit for this idea goes to Elmer701.
In the spirit of /r/JUSTNOMIL and /r/raisedbynarcissists
Presenting Just NO! Family, a support subreddit for those dealing with challenging family dynamics and or family members with personality disorders; diagnosed or undiagnosed.