Wow, so I was kind of bored today when we had a slow-down in calls, and
I was looking at my pay and stats, and comparing it to previous months. They only pay you for the time when you're on the phone, and your stats are based on how well you follow schedule....Typical, so anyway.
I was looking and I imagine my supervisor was quite happy about the change...Before I started wearing to work my stats were staggering down, and a chunk out my pay actually too. Every time I would have to run to the washroom after waiting until a call was over it would ding me. I still need to see a doctor, but I'm pretty-sure I know what happened and why things went downhill in the first place. But that also affected my pay because apparently you can't bring the phones to the potty! You have to be on the phone to get paid right...So anyway being in diapers has helped this...stats has gone up, and even if it's small, so has my pay.
Thing is, we are only supposed to have one washroom break, or at least the system only accomodates for that, but who's to say if I'm going to have to go right when break hits. Hmmm?...Especially on a 9+ hour shift with only 2 breaks and a lunch. (They're dying for people and no shift is less than 9 hours...You also don't leave on a call, and they have you sign things that say if they want you an extra hour or two that you have to be there "for continued employment" or something like that)...Ya, call centre waivers are crap, but that goes with the job.
So I actually calculated out a rough summary of what I'm actually making back here...I'm too lazy to put all the numbers down because I was only doing it when I was bored at work, and you can probably tell how bored I was to actually have done this, but anyway...I took an average of 10 days (I get around 9-12 days on a pay-check..bi-monthly not biweekly) and took an average of the breaks I took (about 5 minutes each...logging in and out of the computer can take about 2 minutes sometimes, plus getting all the way across the building and back each time, and then actually going and stuff)...So then I took the cost of the abri-forms (about $1.50 each here)...and worked it out. Because of wearing diapers to work I actually come off with about double the the cost of the diapers themselves...So take half that off for the cost of the diapers and I'm actually better off in diapers at work anyway!
Wow, lol...If bladder issues themselves isn't enough excuse for me to wear diapers for them...XD
Anyway, obviously I was really bored, but ya...