Friday, December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

It's been a long year and it's Christmas Eve. For those already off on their Christmas break, have a happy and safe Christmas and we look forward to seeing you in the New Year.

For those who are off to other parts of the country, drive safely.

For those working over the holiday period, we hope you do take some time to have some fun.

And here's a couple of Christmas messages:

Another Christmas is upon us. It’s actually the 14th in the life of Telnet and on many measures it brings to a close the best year ever for Telnet. Much of that must be attributed to our great team. I get the sense that you have all taken on board the Telnet Promise and particularly the promise that “We Care”. I see everywhere examples of staff who really take a pride in their work and really care about their mates around them and the service we provide. That is probably the greatest reason why Telnet has done so well this year.

So all I can say is thank you and wish you, your family and friends all the very best for a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy New Year .

Best Regards

John Chetwynd

"There is the rest of the year…and then there is November” – That’s a saying we’ve had for years here at Telnet and it certainly came true again in 2010. Outbound was at its busiest with work for Telecom, Localist and Genesis Energy. The stats board could hardly keep up with all the sales you guys were generating! Inbound was busy too, although the good weather meant Utilities had time to buy everything in the Two Dollar Shop and turn their end of the centre into Christmas Central.

Thank you all for working so hard for our clients throughout 2010 – the results have been great and I know they all appreciate how much you have contributed to their companies.

Some people have already left for their holidays in the sun (Kim Marie) or the rain (Candice) and the Admin area and Outbound will be a ghost town. Of course “we never close” in Inbound and a special thanks to those of you will be working through especially on Christmas Day.

Have a happy and restful Christmas and get ready for an even bigger 2011.


And just to close, here are some photos of the amazing decorations.

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