Re: Can I Get Your Input Please

Subject: Re: Can I Get Your Input Please
From: Mike Starr <mikestarr-techwr-l -at- writestarr -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Wed, 07 May 2008 13:13:19 -0500

That's interesting. I'm not sure I understand how your current manager can block your move as you're not currently an employee. He might be able to do so if you were already an employee but not since you're a contractor (at least that's my understanding of how it works wit most corporations).

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Rick Langer wrote:
> I believe you are correct in everything you state Mr. Kim-Eng. I do have one question that I ask in jest, how do I pay the bills if I sever all ties?? :-)
> I have some additional data for anyone following this thread, I was today told my current manager was going to, if I was hired by the other department, block the move as he stated it was not a promotion and he stated I am in a critical position in his department. This after he tells me I do not know what I am doing and not a very good Tech Writer??? You cant make this stuff up!!
> Please keep the ideas, suggestions, anything you feel coming to the board, it is helping me very much to keep my head clear. I really appreciate all you talking with me. Thank you!!!

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