Re: The ladder principle
I wonder if anyone can point me to resources that deal with technical
writer career/professional development. My company (a software company)
is investigating the "ladder" system advocated by Construx. ...
How does this differ from anything else that employees perceive as
"the flavour of the month"? We go to the courses, we see the slides,
we get the handouts, our pay either goes up or it doesn't, and we go
back to doing business as usual. Soon another flavour comes along.
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