Telus installers enter private homes. As such, I think respect for the private residences should be a customer service priority. Most public spaces are now scent-free, with good cause-- chemical perfumes can cause intense negative reactions for many. For me, severe headache and nausea. I am experiencing both right now because the installer is wearing so much perfume that he has saturated my entire house with it.
Please consider a policy that requires staff entering homes to be scent-free.
I will have this headache until I can get the smell out (as the installer has been here 2 hours and hasn't left yet, it's going to be some time.) I haven't eaten because I will throw up if I do. This is always the case. Anywhere else I can move away from the scent; this installer is in my home. I am stuck here because he is here and his perfume is causing me enormous physical trouble.
Please. Scent-free is really a must.