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> * I, like several others think Kelley and her CEO are at least naive in
> thinking they will get loyalty ONLY from staffers. I too am a contractor
> choice, and have often noted a CYA attitude and lack of either initiative
> courage in staffers. It is my impression that some staffers FEIGN loyalty
> and commitment.
Frankly, I think Kelley's attitude about not hiring contractors is childish.
We're all PROFESSIONALS here, right? It is professional to expect a person
to be relatively loyal to his employer, even if he now is a full-time
employee after having previously been a contractor. It almost seems as if
Kelley and her company have a personal grudge against contractors, which
definitely isn't a professional behavior.
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