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Wilmslow
24th February 2011, 10:28
Got to write, and sign up for something to stop, continue, and start.

For key foundations with aligned stragic management goals to use synergy for leveraging benefits.

I am missing my contractor badge badly today.

Joy.

Mich the Tester
24th February 2011, 10:31
Have you still not resigned?

SueEllen
24th February 2011, 10:31
Google is your friend.

Wilmslow
24th February 2011, 10:41
Have you still not resigned?

Working on that one. Got a good sounding local contract, but was for where I am already working! Some agents are not exactly honest about location. It is only 60 miles from home and in different region altogether!!

AtW
24th February 2011, 11:07
Have you still not resigned?

He has resigned to being a loser.

HTH

darmstadt
24th February 2011, 11:12
Got to write, and sign up for something to stop, continue, and start.

For key foundations with aligned stragic management goals to use synergy for leveraging benefits.


My reply to that would be:

'What?'

Wilmslow
24th February 2011, 14:04
My reply to that would be:

'What?'

That reply goes agaist the Can Do value requred here.

SueEllen
24th February 2011, 14:09
That reply goes agaist the Can Do value requred here.

I hope you use a spell checker when writing that drivel.

Mich the Tester
24th February 2011, 14:10
Got to write, and sign up for something to stop, continue, and start.

For key foundations with aligned stragic management goals to use synergy for leveraging benefits.



What will happen if you refuse?

Wilmslow
24th February 2011, 14:12
What will happen if you refuse?

I dare not find out!

Submitted a first draft - actually told good stuff, but to take loads out and not agree to doing too much. My kind of boss :)

Mich the Tester
24th February 2011, 14:14
I dare not find out!


Would you be fired?

Zippy
24th February 2011, 14:15
That reply goes agaist the Can Do value requred here.

I'm sure you Would Do If You Understood It.

Mich the Tester
24th February 2011, 14:19
You might gain from refusing. You might be promoted instead. It happened to me once. I refused to take part in a humiliating team building exercise which involved everybody coming to work dressed entirely in flourescent green (the company colour). The only other person who refused was the MD, and he concluded I was the only person who wasn't too enslaved to conformity and authority to think for myself. OK, so I was only promoted to 'team leader' but it worked for me.

50-50 chance whether it works; it either works or it doesn't.