Re: Advice on starting out; dealing with employers
I'm new here, both to the list and to technical writing. I've been lurking
for a few weeks, browsing the archives and reading the daily digests with
3. Credit/attribution - how do I address this with my employer? I've^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
already written up some user documentation for clients. I'd like to be able
to use some of what I've done for a portfolio, but I'm dealing with a lot of
proprietary information, some of which I can't just scrub/block out
(describing processes etc.). I've only started working for this company and
I'm hesitant to bring this up right away, but I don't want this to become a
problem later on. I know I could save all my work for a portfolio and use
it anyway, but I'd rather have permission.
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