_Nat (nattalie_m) wrote,
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Another day where I'm very sleepy because staying awake watching series untill late. And it's Friday but I have so much work to do here.
As usual my coworker just came back to his trip and he started to complaing about every single task he has to do because the new position (and rise salary) 1068973_34_y.jpg.
I'm losing my patience with him so I told him... the good news for you is you can always go back to your old job position . As usual before he came to the office he sent me an email then call me to tell me "hey, I sent you an email saying that blablabla" 1068973_34_y.jpg1068973_34_y.jpg1068973_34_y.jpg
Start being hard to me hold this things 10 hours every day.
Another thing that make me worry is his criteria to evaluate the situation.. he is the Business unit coordinator and you think he his ready to do this. But today we realize that one customer is asking prices to our competition because our seller didn't do his job...this customer asked to a hardware store wich is our customer too about the machines of our competition, then my coworker was saying is very strange and suspect that the first customer didn't ask us for a quote.....  Of course he didn't ask us for a quote because he is trying to get the products that our competition sell since they are more cheap (and low quality)1068973_34_y.jpg1068973_34_y.jpg1068973_34_y.jpg
I had to explain to him twice this and he still thinking that something "strange" happens... how strange can be when a company decides a purchase by price criteria instead quality? 1068973_34_y.jpg1068973_34_y.jpg1068973_34_y.jpg1068973_34_y.jpg1068973_34_y.jpg1068973_34_y.jpg
Instead try to identify why the customer thinks his needs will be satisfied with low quality products and try to show to him the advantage buying our products, he is worry about the hardware store who told us about this costumer that we are loosing... I can't understand why my boss thinks that a person who don't know how to sell our products can lead the sales team
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