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Incoming calls to Office Depot are routed to her home office.
Sykes has 7,500 work-at-home customer service agents in 2,000 cities.
She doesn't work for the office-supply retailer, however.
Rather, Booley is employed by Sykes Home, a call center service headquartered in Tampa.