As suggested earlyier use the standard headset provided by the company with a earbud under it. The guy will hear the customer and jaws and the customer will only hear the guy not jaws. You will need a usb earbud and direct jaws to send audio to it and that is it.
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On 8/25/2019 11:45 AM, Rick Mladek wrote:
The concern is the caller being able to hear jaws when they communicate with
this individual. If this is the result when both speak on the same side,
then the employer surely will have a problem with this. The only other
option would be braille display for the individual when still being able to
hear the caller undisturbed.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Sunday, August 25, 2019 12:52 PM
Subject: Re: JAWS and phone in the same input
Here is the problem: we don't know what the final situation will be. He is
looking for a job in customer service. He needs to be able to demonstrate
that he can do the job with ... something. No vision and one ear is hard to
sell, unless of course he can point to a configured device and show how it
will work, perhaps with any system.