RE: job interview question: ethical issues about portfolio

Subject: RE: job interview question: ethical issues about portfolio
From: "White, Bonita" <BWhite -at- CSXWT -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 10:46:33 -0500

>there may be another (additional) ethical issue about portfolio.



**Please excuse my post, if this has been said previously.**

I have never had a position where I did not use examples from my work files
even if they were copyrighted, confidential or proprietary. I even have some
stuff that either has a patent pending or a patent assigned and some
intellectual property stuff.

My solution is to simply edit everything. I removed all the screen
captures, included pages out of sequence, only included a sample of a page
or chapter or paragraph, etc. I almost always showed my employer how I was
going to use the document before hand (although I did have some pieces from
a job where I quit and never had a chance to show anyone; but I used to same
process to include them) and I never had anyone say that I couldn't include
it.

Just my two cents,

Bonita





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