I realized that I get less work done when fidgeting over indoor un-even temperatures

After years of making our rounds in numerous call centers here locally, I ended up in a credit collections supplier where I am now.

Genuinely, the work is horrible. My customers are unsuspecting citizens who are either late on credit card payments or have a loan or bill kneeling in collections. I’m the person who gets the privilege of harassing these people by repeatedly calling them in the hopes that they will accept the call plus agree to some kind of payment agreement. I haven’t had much luck with collecting debts I have been assigned to by our director; But, instead of placing all the blame on our work ethic or even the nature of the job itself, I began to realize that I always felt physically uncomfortable from the moment I walked in each day until the moment I stepped out into the open air in the evenings. Our cubicles get extremely uncomfortable in the sizzling plus humid office space that we all share. The few positive work experiences I have in our past were often in buildings with sufficient air conditioning plus ventilation. If you have to stop plus itch your arm or fidget always to stay focused on your work, the work will more likely than not suffer because of it. I asked our director if there was any occasion of lowering the air conditioning slightly although he explained that the building needed a up-to-date plan altogether. Unfortunately, they didn’t have the budget currently to get the air conditioning working properly. I’m already looking for a up-to-date job. If I dislike what I do plus always think uncomfortable while doing it, what’s the point anymore? Assuming I find a suitable job in the next few weeks, I’m getting out of here as abruptly as I can.