Have you ever worked in a call center? Or a restaurant? Or a retail store?
If you have ever worked in Customer Service, then this book is for you. This is a book written by a Customer Service Representative FOR Customer Service Representatives "The Death of Customer Service" is a work of fiction based on my personal experience working in multiple call centers. This book starts as a satirical take on where I believe Customer Service is headed as an industry. Then as the story goes on, it becomes less grounded as it moves further from comedy and into more of a Science-Fiction story. This is not a traditional story by any means, but I assure you, there is no story like it.
A Customer Service Department with no products and a lot of angry customers, a mad scientist in a dark laboratory, a pharmacy for recreational use, a recording studio for live hold music, a gun range in the basement, and a dive bar on the 3rd floor. All under one company, in one call center.
Dexter Kirk has gone from call center to call center, fired from every job he's ever had and knowing no vacation except for the two weeks of severance pay between each one. Until the day he is hired by Plaetto Pier, a mysterious company in Tempe, Arizona. Follow Dexter's experiences as he moves from department to department, each one more absurd than the last. Find out what role this 27 year old, jaded Customer Service Representative could possibly play at such a strange company.
Find out how far one company can push an entire industry, in "The Death of Customer Service."