Re: Hiring Publications Managers
Neither one of us believe, as you and others do, that captivity
necessarily produces deadwood.
Huh?!? I don't recall anyone saying that *all* captive employees acquire the characteristics you define as 'deadwood'. I also don't recall anyone that *all* contractors are disloyal greedy-guts. C'mon, people. Can't we have a civil discussion any more?
Kat Nagel, who
(a) doesn't care what label is put on a job as long as it's interesting and pays enough to cover my share of the mortgage, and
(b) STILL can't find anything matching that description here in Rochester, NY <snarl>.
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