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Trust me trust me

Port Orange, FL

#162 Jan 4, 2009
happy wrote:
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Trust me Debbie has moved on with her life and not being employed in afni he** is the best things that has ever happened to her. As far as Amy goes, if she is there late it is because she has been pulled into another unimportant meeting and she still wants to make sure that she doesn't have to come in on her day off. Everyone takes things home, mainly because it is easier to get things done where it is quite.
You seem to say "Trust Me" an awful lot Debbie. The reason people use that phrase is because they (you) are asking to be trusted by default... and often that's more reason not to trust you at all.

You would be dead wrong where Amy is concerned. Does she know you have pulled her name in to this forum and are speaking for her?
happy

Canton, OH

#163 Jan 4, 2009
I am saying trust me, not Debbie. I know that she is very happy with her unemployment, I mean who wouldn't be it is only a few dollars less then what she was bring home when she was working. I have seen all the meetings that the sups are pulled into, I have also seen several of the sups spending most of their time out back smoking; some of which are no longer here. I have been on Amy's team and I know that if she tells you that she is going to meet with you that she will do everything in her power to make sure that you get your meeting.
moonglow

Alliance, OH

#164 Jan 4, 2009
is it hard to get unemployment from afni
happy

Canton, OH

#165 Jan 4, 2009
From what Debbie told me Ms. King told her that she wouldn't fight her unemployment, so she didn't have any problem.
Hmmm

Harvest, AL

#166 Jan 16, 2009
If you excelled in other positions then why are you back on the floor? I worked at Afni for a while and was a coach after only being there for less than a year. If you are talking about the person I am thinking, then he deserved the position he received of coach. He has been working to get there since the beginning. As for not getting the position, you have to make yourself known there and almost in a way you don't want to. You either have to work your ass off or kiss someones ass. I did no ass kissing, that is why it became more difficult at the end so I decided to leave.
Don--- wrote:
I have worked at afni for over 6 years. I'm to the point now where I can't stand it. My seniority has absolutely no effect on anything. I have worked in several departments, and excelled in every position. Now, I'm back on the floor and I can't stand it. HR lead Carol is a complete ass and has her buddy list. If you're not on that list, she doesn't like you. If she doesn't like you, you get absolutely no opportunity for advancement. I had an interview for a coach position and met with Carol and Henry. Henry told me that my restaurant management position was very different than managing a team at afni. The next week, he promoted someone that had only worked there for 1 year and stated restaurant management experience as the key decision in his promotion. I'm like WTF?!?! If you're a Mentor or in Resource Management, you'll like your job here. Otherwise, you'll have to kiss ass or be gay if you want to get anywhere at afni.
Hmmm

Harvest, AL

#167 Jan 16, 2009
I definitely have to agree with that. I don't know how many supervisors I worked with that just walked past members on my team because they needed to go outside and smoke or go eat. I couldn't get most things finished because I was trying to help everyone all the time and save the world while all the other coaches were sitting at their desks getting their work done.
Hmmm wrote:
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Ok. I have to say that I have seen what the sups have to do there. If you were able to get your work done then I would have to say it was half done. There is no way you could do it in just 40 hours. All the meetings, all the surprises, all the stupid petty stuff that goes on that they are required to do. Apparently you overlooked the reps hands, ignore people, just only thinking about yourself and what you need to do. That is not what I call a member of management. I call that selfish.
employee

Alliance, OH

#168 Jan 17, 2009
I liked Gretchen, Debbie, Cathy, Amy, Emily and a few others. Can't remember all the names.
Dan

Greenville, IN

#169 Jan 18, 2009
I agree. The coaches are cool. They do a good job despite the training we got and management.
Hmmm

Harvest, AL

#170 Jan 18, 2009
You may like these coaches but some of those you listed are coaches that would go out of their way to not help people. The reps on the floor are oblivious to what goes on with upper management.
employee wrote:
I liked Gretchen, Debbie, Cathy, Amy, Emily and a few others. Can't remember all the names.
HILLY

Bourbonnais, IL

#171 Jan 18, 2009
What about Lynn is she still there? I really liked her. It was not that bad when I was there about only about six months ago sounds like its going. Looks like I got out just in time.
afni

Alliance, OH

#172 Jan 18, 2009
I like the coaches but would not bother asking them a question. 9 times out of 10 they will not know the answer. Some of them will find out the answer and get back to you. Some are oblivious to raised hands and the only time you see them on the floor is when they are walking to or from a break or lunch. I don't know what goes on in upper management and I still havent figured out what purpose Morris and Brandy serve. It is funny when Morris is on the floor, the coaches become way more attentive. Morris is a joke and Brandy is pointless. The criteria to be a mentor is a pulse and I love all the mentors!! I love how they think being a mentor makes them important.
Hmmm

Harvest, AL

#175 Jan 18, 2009
Brandi doesn't know the answers, she asks one of her coaches to find out for her and then if they dont know they flag down a mentor. I like it when you try to get the attention of a certain mentor who is too busy flirting or talking to the ladies. He is my favorite. He acts as if he never saw you and when you ask him a question, he looks at you as if you are the most stupid person on earth and asks you twenty questions before giving you the answer.
afni wrote:
I like the coaches but would not bother asking them a question. 9 times out of 10 they will not know the answer. Some of them will find out the answer and get back to you. Some are oblivious to raised hands and the only time you see them on the floor is when they are walking to or from a break or lunch. I don't know what goes on in upper management and I still havent figured out what purpose Morris and Brandy serve. It is funny when Morris is on the floor, the coaches become way more attentive. Morris is a joke and Brandy is pointless. The criteria to be a mentor is a pulse and I love all the mentors!! I love how they think being a mentor makes them important.
mentor

Alliance, OH

#176 Jan 19, 2009
Who's the dude, he is tall, white, not ugly but not half as attractive as he thinks he is? He should so be a mall security guard! He has the mentality down pat. Calm down dude, your a mentor at Afni for gods sake! You telling someone to get out of call work does not make you a hard core badas* hero! Well i take that back, it might impress Mitchell
ex-Afni

Greenville, IN

#177 Jan 19, 2009
Dan wrote:
I agree. The coaches are cool. They do a good job despite the training we got and management.
I can't believe they need so many trainers. Two of few of them have no business telling others how to do anything. They couldn't take a call if they had to...
Hmmm

Harvest, AL

#178 Jan 19, 2009
The training has nothing to do with taking a call...the trainers have no idea what it is even like taking calls anymore. They took a call when? Like 5 years ago? I know one trainer who knows what they are talking about. The others have no clue. If it were about another department then they would be wonderful. When it comes to NEC everyone starts losing it.
ex-Afni wrote:
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I can't believe they need so many trainers. Two of few of them have no business telling others how to do anything. They couldn't take a call if they had to...
trainers

Alliance, OH

#179 Jan 19, 2009
Jenn is great! she stays current, actually knows what she is talking about.
ex-Afni

Greenville, IN

#180 Jan 21, 2009
trainers wrote:
Jenn is great! she stays current, actually knows what she is talking about.
trainers, you and I must have had different experiences then\:|
happy

Canton, OH

#181 Jan 22, 2009
Is Ktystal Smith still there??
George

Greenville, IN

#182 Jan 23, 2009
happy wrote:
Is Ktystal Smith still there??
Yes.
debbie

Alliance, OH

#183 Jan 24, 2009
will you email me at justme42103@aol.com

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