In a call center, the practice of letting agents view the incoming call queue and choose their next call based on personal preferences. Since this can artificially inflate an agent's productivity statistics, cherrypicking is not as common as it used to be. In addition, newer tools give agents less discretion in picking their customer interactions. See call center.
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