The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield took a call from James, a furious ANN7 staff member.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Employees are tired of being mistreated!— James, ANN7 employee
The Indian workers at ANN7 have Wi-Fi, but the South Africans – who absolutely work their butts off – don’t.— James, ANN7 employee
It’s worth investing in ANN7!— James, ANN7 employee
Workers are distancing ourselves from that letter.— James, ANN7 employee
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