After a taping, if some of the wrestlers (he told me that normally he would say the female wrestlers but since I was a female, he flipped it to male wrestlers) asked to hang out at the bar, would I go to the bar or to the elevator (meaning: my room.)
Thomas asked me to imagine what my week would look like, how many hours I wanted to work and what time I would like to arrive and leave. He then did a comparison between the company I was working for weighing the pros and cons of working here or staying where I was. The flexible hours won me over, I loved the idea of being able to eliminate day care costs and pick up my children early from school.
Thomas allowed me to sit and think about what I wanted, what my week to look like, the hours I worked, the time I arrived and left. He gave me as much time as I wanted to consider it and focused on answering emails. I wished I had a pen and paper, as it would have been easier to write it all down, but giving me the time to envision my life style while working there was a smart way to win me over. Moins
I said quality. They said they didn't believe in it which confused me since it was a publishing company and quality should be one of the top priorities for published books, especially if it is non-fiction. Moins