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If this is not the case for the engineers and technical
writers where you work (assuming you're a direct
hire), then you might as well be paid by the hour.
This is especially so if your work situation really is
that your management is "scheduling things" for
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From: "voxwoman" <voxwoman -at- gmail -dot- com>
> The model used by companies is that they equate their "professional"
> employees to *management*, which is a completely different kettle of fish.
> Management is typically salaried, and managers are expected to put in
> whatever time it takes to get the job done. Management jobs, however, are
> also typically tied to performance bonuses which are paid out annually, or
> other perks that compensate for the hours worked.
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