It’s Hard to English!

Last week, may napulot kaming script ng isang aplikante sa aming call center.  Nakalimutan niya siguro dahil nagmamadali siyang umalis.  Naririto ang un-edited niyang script:

Why do you want to be a call center agent?

I want to be a call center agent is for many reason.  First, I believe that the call center industry is the fastest growing industry.  Which means there is a lot of growth within the field for someone who is will to work (like me…).  Second, I believe I have a healthy curiosity as to how a call center becomes successful and based on what I know the call center industry lifestyle compliments my life styles.  I love to inter act with people I’m trained to help people.  Lastly, I want to be a call center agent in your company bcoz I believe that it would mutually beneficial.  I am willing to contribute to your success and I know your company will help me grow.

How do you want to be perceived?

It can be yourself be confident and to be seen a proffesionalism.

Bigyan natin siya ng F for EFFort!

Pagkatapos basahin ang script ng aplikant (na sigurado akong hindi natanggap), ang masasabi ko lang ay…

It’s hard to english.

6 thoughts on “It’s Hard to English!

  1. Sa totoo lang nga talo pa tayo ng India sa wikang Ingles. Sila kasi mas fluent pa satin and to think Hindi and Sanskrit are far different from English.

    And word has it “inaagawan” daw tayo ng mga Indians sa outsourcing deals.

    • tama ka. kaso lang medyo matigas dila ng mga indian. di tulad ng mga pinoy kahit ano language madali matutunan.

      kaagaw talaga natin ang mga indian pagdating diyan kasi magaling din sila mag-english tapos mas mura pa.
      chismis nga daw china na ang susunod na dudumugin ng mga call centers.

      tnx sa pagbisita at pagcomment!

  2. Oo.. minsan when applying for a job in one of the call centers in Makati.. I saw an applicant with a paper just like that… parang agent na sya.. may mga scripts sa mga FAQs ng HR. Memorizing… lols. Luckily… I was accepted pero di ko tinanggap yung offer… may mas magandang offer na dumating..😉

  3. may nakasabay ako dati nung nag-apply ako sa
    teleperformance…a computer engineering graduate…
    in a panel interview ito nangyari:

    SUP: i’m sorry mr.jejemon we consider your job application as tsr
    but unfortunately you failed.I endorse your resume with one of
    our partner ENGLISH CRASH TRAINING PROGRAM and it’s free of charge
    Thank you for applying with us..you may comeback after the training.

    eto na binigay sa kanya ang isang maliit na papel (well fortunately inde ako natanggap kasi na hire ako on the same day hehehe yabang!)
    nakalagay yung ratings niya at remarks:

    grammar: 5 below average grammar construction
    subject verb agreement: 3 study and focus on subject verb agreement.
    assertiveness: 6 avoid fillers
    isp examination: 10 excellent

    sayang noh?isp examination siya mataas…nung tinitignan niya yung papel
    nagtanong siya sa akin “pare ano yung subject verb agreement saka anu yung fillers” gusto ko mapa “ha!!!” hehehe
    my god tinapos mo ang 4 year course ng hindi nakikilala kung sino si SVA hehehe
    kudo’s mga taga ACCENTURE AMERICAN EXPRESS ACCOUNT hehehe love u guys

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