Re: Need a bit of advice from contract tech. writers, please...
Ask for both, though the company may have a policy about putting
anything in writing.
I don't stop with asking just my immediate supervisor for the verbal
reference...I try to get permission from my manager and two-three
others who I worked closely with, maybe the QA manager, a developer,
and an upper mamager if you are on good terms with the person.
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