RE: Squeaky Tech Writer Gets the Grease?

Subject: RE: Squeaky Tech Writer Gets the Grease?
From: Kim Wallace <KWallace -at- stewart -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 16:44:25 -0600


My boss and I just talked about this (we meet weekly).

He asked me to start a list (using anything - notes in Outlook was my
choice) to keep track of these kinds of things as they occur.

That way he knows what I am up to (;-) and could give me credit for it on my

Kim Wallace
who at the moment is wishing she hadn't volunteered to document the VB
scripts for the SQL Server setup

-----Original Message-----
From: Cook, Jenise [mailto:jenise -dot- cook-crabbe -at- pacificlife -dot- com]
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2002 4:39 PM
Subject: Squeaky Tech Writer Gets the Grease?

Just wondering... for those contributions you make on the job where your
boss is out of the communication loop, do any of you out there ever meet
with your boss to informally share what you've done? (Example of said
contributions: [1] Help a coworker from another team--and, at an off-site
location--create an important PowerPoint presentation. [2] Help a coworker
format a wordy document by "mapping" the content.)

Would you informally meet once a quarter? Or, do you wait until a month
before your annual review and provide a list of what you've done?

Just curious. Thanks!

Jenise Cook-Crabbe
Sr. Technical Writer
Pacific Life Insurance Co.

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