Maybe some people are busy and 'phoning around' isn't a practical use of their time.
Perhaps the question should be why do companies offer an email / website contact option but choose to ignore it?
Why do people on this forum have such an aversion to picking up the phone and speaking to people?
So you're implying that firing off an email and having to wait for a response is quicker than speaking to someone directly over the phone. Aren't sure if are SRS...
It's not people on this forum, it's just young people in general.
Previous generations grew up with face to face and phones if they were lucky. Anyone under 25 has grown up with texts, IM and email.
Maybe you would be in a better place to comment if you had 'some' facts.
"Aren't sure if are SRS" - could you translate that to English?
Had 'some' facts? What are you actually talking about?
With regards 'Aren't sure if are SRS', this would roughly equate to 'What a ridiculous thing to say, I'm really struggling to ascertain if you're actually serious or not'
Hopefully this is now sufficiently clear.
Out of sheer perverse curiosity, what is it you do for a living with all these employees you refer to? Are you a people skills coach?
If I did offer people skills I would be in position to offer you my services, however, this is not my line of work.
Thanks for clearing up the 'SRS' thing, good to know you weren't having a stroke....or something.
In case you were concerned, I have sorted the cambelt issue with my regular mechanic. Just in case, you know.....