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January 27, 2010


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That's certainly part of it. But the first answer implies that the employee should drive farther from home to work elsewhere (in which case he might get a better-paying job anyway, and would the hours make up for gas/mileage?), and he should get a degree/certification, etc. In other words, his low hours are entirely his fault. If only he just had the initiative!

In the second, why turn off a system before the new one is in place?

So, the answers either blame the employee or raise other questions.

Yep, well said, Diane. This may be a case of, "Better top-down communication than interactive communication like this."

Makes me want to cry.

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