Happy Job, Happy Life!!!

When I first started at WBMT, it seemed strict to me. I had come from a company where there was no supervision, no set hours, and people came and went as they pleased. The absent owner didn’t respond to e-mails, IMs, or calls. I worked 100’s of hours, blogged on time, and went above and beyond as an employee, yet I was no better and no more appreciated than the lowest no-show, no-blog employee. On a good week, we might get paid 4-5 days later than it was due. Sometimes it was more than that, always with an excuse. I learned to treat my pay as a little extra money now and then, rather than the weekly paycheck that it was supposed to be.
And then I found this company. I had applied for 3 companies and they all offered me positions. But after speaking to the owner here, I knew which one I wanted to work for. She was involved with her company and she was looking for something more than a voice on the phone. She as looking for someone to be part of her PSO “family.” I liked that immediately.
I was pleasantly surprised to find the employees friendly and helpful, something you NEVER find in the PSO world. They went out of their way to offer assistance and encouragement. They made me feel like part of the family, a real team player. It was exactly what I needed.
I’ve been here for 6 months now and I’m thrilled to say that this is a real job. You get paid well for putting in the hours and putting effort into your blogs. I have been able to make so much more money than I ever made with my previous company and we get paid on time, every time. (Woo-hoo. Joy!!!) I actually feel sad when I am away as I have come to treasure my amazing co-workers as friends and family. ┬áThe annual company vacation made it feel even more like family when I got to meet my co-workers face-to-face.
If you’re tired of some mediocre company that barely acknowledges your existence and you’re willing to put in the work required to be a success, then this is the place for you. And like me, you won’t find it strict at all. It is simply the way a company is supposed to be run and I’m soooo lucky to be part of this amazing PSO family.

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