CoorsKing
WR Officer
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Retired King of the Coors Knights
I can tell you, as an American, it is definitely not the norm. I refuse to call anyone on a weekend.
funcoupons
WR Officer
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Not the norm in North Americaย 
poweredbycaffeine
WR Lieutenant
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"he's in on Saturday" sounds like a more polite way of telling you to fuck off.
cw95
Politicker
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Sales Development Lead
Well, I get what you are saying, it's a retailer so they are open on Saturdays. But maybe you're right. Maybe I should ring on a Saturday and return to this thread with the answer!
poweredbycaffeine
WR Lieutenant
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If you were in America that's exactly what it'd mean ๐Ÿ˜‰
Rallier
Politicker
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SDR Manager and Consultant
What type of companies are you selling to? If it's an office culture, that's very unusual. But if you're selling to restaurants or other SMBs it might be normal
bartonmyfrench
Contributor
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Account Executive II
absolutely not lol need that mental health of not working over the weekend
Telehealth_2the_Moon
Notable Contributor
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Director of Business Development
I don't do any calling at all. The most I do is schedule emails to go out on Sundays. It seems people like to get a jump start on the week on Sunday afternoons/evenings so an email then can be pretty potent then.ย 

But yeah, don't call people on the weekends. If they are in on a Saturday it's because they like that the office is empty so they can get stuff done.ย 
cw95
Politicker
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Sales Development Lead
My industry is selling into retail so its busy for them, which ironically relates to your point!ย 
Blackwargreymon
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MDR
"he's in on Saturday" sounds like a more polite way of telling you to fuck off.
Clashingsoulsspell
Politicker
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ISR
Not the norm in North Americaย 
JesterQueen
Politicker
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ISR
I can tell you, as an American, it is definitely not the norm. I refuse to call anyone on a weekend.
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