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In addition to all this talk about "rewards" and "discipline," I've never
heard it referred to as "captive" employment before. Makes you wonder how
much fun their holiday parties are.... :)
BUT - I wholeheartedly support the right of ANY employer to decide for
themselves A) what they want and B) how to go about finding it.
For the rest of us, it serves as a reminder that when it's not your
football, you don't get to decide how the game should be played, or even
who gets to play.
- Keith Cronin
If you see it on the Internet, it MUST be true.
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