I recently started a job at a big technology company. The position is inbound sales in a call center. We went through 5 weeks of training where we were shown on the computer what to do and how to use the billing system. The problem is I am a hands on learner and just watching someone do something isn't enough for me to retain the info. This week we started taking actual calls. Many in my class and myself included feel lost as to what we are doing and how to do it. It has become a source of stress for me. I want to find another job but some people around me are telling me to stick it out and that it will get better. I doubt it. The only good thing that has come out of it is that I was able to talk to my supervisor and tell him I struggle with anxiety and ocd and that it's been hard for me to grasp the material. I don't know why but that simple act of opening up has helped me to accept the fact that I struggle with anxiety and I've been feeling better, except for the major job stress.
Hi, just wondering if anyone has any suggestions for getting through the start of the day. I wake up with anxiety and although I may not want to get up I do because the anxiety makes me unable to lay there. Getting washed and dressed causes me to shake and have heart palpitations and by the time I'm finished I'm exhausted. Although I've had major depression several times in the past I've never...
They don't pay attention to what you ask for. I said 50 miles and they are giving me guys from 300 miles or more. I can't do that. They get the money and time wasted. Guess I will get 6 cats and become crazy cat lady!