’15 minutes between calls’: Work-from-home employee praises job for not making her take back-to-back calls. Here’s where she works

@jai.duhh/TikTok Antonio Guillem/ShutterStock (Licensed) There are many benefits to working remotely. Remote workers spend loss money in commuting costs, and can generally get up just a few minutes before the official start of the work day before they log on and get cracking. Remote workers get to use their own private bathroom, don’t have to worry about packing lunch, and get to enjoy all of the amenities of home. However, for some individuals, nailing down that first work from home job can be a challenge, and a lot of the entry level remote positions that people find themselves nabbing is that of a call center associate. Dealing with potentially irate customers or people looking for solutions to their problems and queries with an order or product or service may not be everyone’s cup of tea, especially if they’re inundated with back-to-back calls for the entirety of the shift. But a TikTok user named Jaidah (@jai.duhh) is currently working in a position where she doesn’t appear to be subjected to a plethora of calls on a daily basis, which she demonstrates in a viral clip that has received over 4.6 million views since Dec. 5. The video shows that for 14 minutes and counting, no calls have come in through her line, and other folks on the app want to know exactly where she works so they can get themselves a piece of that sweet on-the-clock serenity. “When you finally found a wfh job where calls aren’t back to back,” reads the video’s text overlay. 6179 2876 Watch more exciting videos on TikTokWatch more exciting videos on TikTok @jai.duhh love it here #wfh #wfhlife #customerservice #workathom …See more love it here #wfh #wfhlife #customerservice #workathom …See more In a follow-up video, she responded to commenters who asked where she works […]

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