I've had the office jobs where you are on the phone, and you have no privacy whatsoever. The people that have it made, are the ones who have an office, that has a door and no windows.
O course, I could stand to have a window office with a door, but when you have an office, that is like a cubicle or it's like a half office, where there is no door, it's a living nightmare. When you don't have privacy over the phone, people will hear all kinds of things and maybe they are only hearing what they want to hear.
Gossip and rumors shoot around the office, by those who are nosy and like to spread sour grapes. There's always someone or a group of people, who can't keep quiet. These are the ones, who don't know if what they heard is true or not.
Why is it so important to have private conversations over your phone at work? Because whatever your talking about can go right back to your boss. Especially, if you got someone at work gunning for your job. They will do whatever it takes to get you kicked out the door, so they can get a raise and get in good with the boss.
Does that sound paranoid? Well, it's not. I've had it happen to me, and I've heard about it happening to others. Jobs can be a dirty chess match. For example, one lady I knew, was outside talking, and the command center could hear her over a speaker outside and she was fired.
Talking on a phone in the lunchroom or a small break room does not work, unless it's empty, but we all know there could be someone listening outside around the corner. In fact, do you remember the old phone booths? They had a door that would close behind you to give you some privacy, but now, by using a cellphone, everyone can hear what you are talking about.
And to make matters worse, if you are using a headset, and walking down the road or sidewalk, some might think you have imaginary friends. Not to mention, they can hear your PRIVATE conversations!
The cellphone and the office's that are open with no door, have made it a challenge to talk over the phone. And covering your phone with your hand won't work, but it will draw tons of attention.
What's the answer? It's called Hushme, and it's a personal acoustic device that protects speech privacy and reduces noise pollution, when you're speaking on the phone or in an open environment. It looks like something you might see in a Blade Runner movie or some other Sci-Fi movie, but who cares!
If it works and does the job, and you've got privacy, than this device is a winner, winner, chicken dinner! This makes a great gift for someone you love, who craves privacy over the phone. Get it today!
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