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  1. #27
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    wahoo
    you said who fed you and yours. well it is not my employer i fed mine and mine by going to work and earning you and yours your living not the other way around

  2. #28
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    it is the employers who earn there living off the backs of others not the other way around

  3. #29
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    without employees you have no company and if you operate it by yourself you are an worker first and a owner second

  4. #30
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    i have met many people who have inherited companies and would not have a clue how to service any of their clients needs but have the attitude that their employees owe them when actually the owners should be greatful for them

  5. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by cavalieri85 View Post
    a few months back i was offered a job at a mfg plant as a in house hvac guy. i declined as they wanted me to take a pay cut and they wanted me to give my two weeks and let them call my manager before the deal was finalized. i had another opertunity crop up and again they would like to talk to my manager before finalizing the deal.
    what is going on???? who would quit there job to let there new empolyer call there current boss. you could get canned for looking for a new job and loose out on the new job for one reason or another.
    That is interesting. I know that in California (I thought it was nationwide), if you call an ex-employer of a potential new hire, all they could say is whether you worked there or not. I may be wrong on this and hopefully someone will correct me if I am.

    The can not say if you were a good or bad worker or if you were late a lot. Only that you had worked there and for how long.
    Can someone please explain to me -
    Why is there never enough time to do it right the first time, but plenty of time to do it twice?


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