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This makes call-handling time more amenable to managerial Teamworking in scrutiny and the labour process more susceptible to external adjustment. Whilst a call centre it could be argued that such an efficiency measure eliminate any opportunities to make out, it also reduces worker discretion and the scope for interaction among team members, one of the measures of effective team working. Day teams, the Taylorisation of emotional labour This section will focus on two teams, one on the day shift and the second on the night shift, and will explore the implications of labour flexibility.
For instance, one of the male agents elaborated: Well you know when some of them want to win you over and they will tell you, ‘‘You have a nice voice’’. I must admit ‘‘it works when I get called a charming young man’’. I then turn it on myself. I mean they don’t mean it and neither do I, but it makes them feel good and I have a laugh (Agent Richard, Night team, August 1999). Flattered by such compliments, agents also reciprocate by trying to please the customer, which often involves more extensive and time-consuming searches for the relevant information.
2, pp. 103-18. Wajcman, J. (1998), Managing Like a Man, Polity Press, Cambridge. Wilkinson, A. (1998), ‘‘Empowerment, theory and practice’’, Personnel Review, Vol. 27 No. 1, pp. 40-6. O. (1989), The Debate on Classes, Verso, London/New York, NY. Further reading Manz, C. (1992), ‘‘Self-leading work teams: moving beyond self-management myths’’, Human Relations, Vol. 45 No. 11, pp. 119-40. Manz, C. and Sims, H. (1986), ‘‘Leading self-managed groups: a conceptual analysis of a paradox’’, Economic and Industrial Democracy, Vol.