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> the CEO will react negatively...to a candidate's
> contracting history
> I know that he wants stability...
> commitment to a job well done
> and sticking around to see it through.
Just wondering...Where on earth do some employers get the idea
that FT people have more "commitment?" In the US, employees
enjoy the at-will employment doctrine which says you can quit
any time you want, or get fired any time *they* want. Where's
the commitment in that?
If your CEO wants X months commitment from me, why not write me
a contract laying out exactly what he wants, rather than take
the risk that employees will exercise their at-will rights and
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