ICMI’s Call Center Cartoon Caption Contest: June 2012
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ICMI’s Call Center Cartoon Caption Contest: June 2012

UPDATE:The votes are in! We asked YOU to pick the winning caption for May... and with 46% of the vote, the winner is: "Snow White: I’ll ask you again, Pinocchio, are you really doing after-call work?” submitted by Annie Woo of Mind Body. Click here to see last month's cartoon. Congratulations, Annie!

Don’t forget... you can still submit your cleverest caption for our June cartoon right here in the comments! (Be sure to review the official rules before you enter).

On June 27, we'll close the entries so that ICMI’s esteemed panel of judges can begin the finalist selection process. Then we’ll present the next group for you to vote on!

Sound good? Then, go for it!

Why not get your call center friends and colleagues to give it a shot, too? We can't wait to see what you come up with!



Topics: Learning & Development, Site Operations

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Jody Lewis — 11:41AM on Jun 7, 2012

"Thank you for holding. Your call is important to us and will be answered in the order in which it was received." "Thank you for holding. Your call is important to us and will be answered in the order in which it was received." "Thank you for holding..."

Roger Morency — 9:27PM on Jun 7, 2012

Did you hear the support manager will be listening in on our calls again? He got his feathers ruffled when he found out we were using fowl language. What a chirp.

Penny Underwood — 11:35AM on Jun 8, 2012

We started off as a "free range" contact center and then things just got too messy.

John Eldridge — 8:06AM on Jun 22, 2012

Since the calls were scripted anyway...

Chris Titler — 2:44PM on Jun 22, 2012

Hey Polly, this isn't what I had in mind when I signed up to work from home. I agree Charlie, this is for the birds..."

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