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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by RMoneyInTheBank: 11:50am On Jun 05
webm:
With the ban on Twitter, I see many companies sacking their staff.
Yes or No? Because I’m thinking and of the opinion that those customer support staff who usually respond to us on Twitter would be sacked. Otherwise what do you think the companies would do given that these jobs have become redundant?
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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by AdeOri99: 11:50am On Jun 05
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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by fatymore(f): 11:50am On Jun 05
Since twitter has been banned and that's where my customers are.

Nairalanders please ooo.

Patronise vendors here. Some of us are legit
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by ken6488(m): 11:50am On Jun 05

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by IDeyNL: 11:50am On Jun 05
Very wrong assumption.

In banks, the staff who respond to social media interactions are Call Centre Agents. And they have other channels they use for customers interactions and Twitter is just one platform.

For banks, it would just be business as usual. Banks have several channels. Nothing much would change

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by angelfallz(m): 11:51am On Jun 05
They would be moved to other platforms. Besides it's still early days. The ban on Twitter might be reversed.

webm:
With the ban on Twitter, I see many companies sacking their staff.
Yes or No? Because I’m thinking and of the opinion that those customer support staff who usually respond to us on Twitter would be sacked. Otherwise what do you think the companies would do given that these jobs have become redundant?

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by BruncleZuma: 11:51am On Jun 05
Who pushed this rubbish to FP?
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by ccollins(m): 11:51am On Jun 05
webm:


Which other platforms? Facebook? Because I know many Nigerians that don’t use Facebook. And again, these companies have support staff in both Facebook and Twitter. Now, the support staff wound be in excess and given how Nigeria companies don’t care about overworking their staff, I believe they’d take this opportunity to lay off some of them
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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by MarxMike(m): 11:51am On Jun 05
But wait o.. How we go takevdey hear the next govt approved info now wey Twitter no get FG address.. I wan know pls
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by SmartyPants(m): 11:52am On Jun 05
The important thing to note is that this ban will not last.

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by kofoworolad2(m): 11:52am On Jun 05
Amotolongbo:
like or 2go abi?

Someone made an analogy about typical Nigerians to me some years back.
It goes thus; If a Nigerian is locked in his room by an oppressor sitting outside with the key to the padlock, and the Nigerian locked in unable to go out to eat, drink and receive fresh air outside.
The typical Nigerian will find a hole around the window, widen it to a space which he can squeeze himself to take exit and entry into the room.
The Nigerian will never find a way of getting rid of the oppressor to collect the key and open the door to his room for free and convenient entry and exit at will. He will just stick to the space in the window to squeeze himself in and out


THIS ANALOGY CAN'T BE ANY TRUER
i concur
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by BruncleZuma: 11:52am On Jun 05
colorsofrainbow:

Buhari's NTA on social media grin
Download it and submit your data directly to Bokoharam

grin grin grin grin
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by SouthSouth1914: 11:53am On Jun 05
In saner climes, federal government will seek to know how many people are employed through this platforms and look whether the decisions outweighs its importance!


Foolish government! You don’t create jobs, but you destroyed the ones already created! This government is the biggest fraud since Ben Maddoff!
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by BestNaija(m): 11:53am On Jun 05
webm:
With the ban on Twitter, I see many companies sacking their staff.
Yes or No? Because I’m thinking and of the opinion that those customer support staff who usually respond to us on Twitter would be sacked. Otherwise what do you think the companies would do given that these jobs have become redundant?

This is most myopic topic and comment I've ever seen. You obviously don't know how the world works.

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Austin4Jesus(m): 11:54am On Jun 05
Please let's get a highly educated man with conscience come 2023. This is enough lessons for us, not to even allow selfish touts disturb election.
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Xhuntra: 11:55am On Jun 05
thebosstrevor1:


There is Facebook and nairaland, whatsapp, telegram and other platforms plus

Someone loss is another person gain

kee u there. Fulani feeling funky

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by zanshi: 11:55am On Jun 05
Sure of this?
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Ugandatales: 11:55am On Jun 05
webm:
With the ban on Twitter, I see many companies sacking their staff.
Yes or No? Because I’m thinking and of the opinion that those customer support staff who usually respond to us on Twitter would be sacked. Otherwise what do you think the companies would do given that these jobs have become redundant?

They don't solely work on Twitter...they work simultaneously on all social media platforms... Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. So, they can't be sacked just because Twitter is banned in Nigeria. And I see this as a temporal thing...Twitter and Nigerian Government will reach a resolution in a week tops.
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by chronique(m): 11:56am On Jun 05
webm:
With the ban on Twitter, I see many companies sacking their staff.
Yes or No? Because I’m thinking and of the opinion that those customer support staff who usually respond to us on Twitter would be sacked. Otherwise what do you think the companies would do given that these jobs have become redundant?

What kind of kindergarten thinking is this? Companies will layoff staff when they can easily get VPN for their staffs to use? Do you know how many people have been using VPN since? Something that anyone could download and start using under few minutes? Stop trying to create unnecessary panic where there's none.
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Ugandatales: 11:57am On Jun 05
Jesuschristus:
And twitter trolls too will find job

grin
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by LaneBoi: 11:58am On Jun 05
webm:


So you think your naija MTN, AIRTEL, Banks will employ more staff instead of firing? You no Dey naija. Let’s watch and see.

For one, Mtn offices are few in the country and are always overwhelmed till date. Talk more of now that there’s a ban. Airtel has same few offices. They won’t go and open more offices but we shall see.

Let’s watch and see how it goes
Oh my God...you took your time to reply one buhari dumb clown..dont you see he is only trying to defend bubu's illiteracy cheesy. Better ignore that known zombie
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Ishilove: 11:59am On Jun 05
And are we going to fold our hands and allow the government ban Twitter?

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Solsix(m): 12:01pm On Jun 05
colorsofrainbow:

Buhari's NTA on social media grin
Download it and submit your data directly to Bokoharam
Hahahaha u go kill me here, u are the first person that made me laugh today. God bless nna

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by DigitB: 12:02pm On Jun 05
Every rubbish makes fp these days
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by colorsofrainbow: 12:02pm On Jun 05
Solsix:

Hahahaha u go kill me here, u are the first person that made me laugh today. God bless nna
Thanks bro.
God bless you too.

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by xreal: 12:02pm On Jun 05
Oh, you thought those companies employed a staff each to one social media platform i.e one staff to handle twitter, and a different one to handle Facebook and so on?

Let me tell you, most of their social media handler is someone picked from any existing department e.g ICT
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Destined2lead: 12:03pm On Jun 05
thebosstrevor1:
No, they won't be sacked.

They will move to other platforms.

undecided
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by SenecaTheYonger(m): 12:04pm On Jun 05
thebosstrevor1:
No, they won't be sacked.

They will move to other platforms.


So do you think other people in charge of those platforms like Facebook will be asked to step aside for Twitter staffs? Dumbo lol
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Johnkings16: 12:05pm On Jun 05
Amotolongbo:
like or 2go abi?

Someone made an analogy about typical Nigerians to me some years back.
It goes thus; If a Nigerian is locked in his room by an oppressor sitting outside with the key to the padlock, and the Nigerian locked in unable to go out to eat, drink and receive fresh air outside.
The typical Nigerian will find a hole around the window, widen it to a space which he can squeeze himself to take exit and entry into the room.
The Nigerian will never find a way of getting rid of the oppressor to collect the key and open the door to his room for free and convenient entry and exit at will. He will just stick to the space in the window to squeeze himself in and out
No dey reply aboki wey no get sense!
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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by SenecaTheYonger(m): 12:07pm On Jun 05
thebosstrevor1:


There is Facebook and nairaland, whatsapp, telegram and other platforms plus

Someone loss is another person gain

You are a dumb fvck. Do you really think they don’t already have staffs working those platform?

Buhari supporters y’all brain be underdeveloped as hell

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