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If I wouldn't want to associate myself with someone on a professional or
social level, I don't associate myself with them on a social networking
On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 8:31 AM, William Sherman
<bsherman77 -at- embarqmail -dot- com>wrote:
> We all know that in all this social networking, you get requests from
> people with whom you may not have had any real contact or you may not even
> want contact. But unlike Facebook and others, LinkedIn is a means to get
> jobs and you do hate to cut off job possibilities.
> However, I have recently gotten requests from several bosses at a previous
> job that went downhill fast. They brought in a bunch of people to do an
> almost impossible job, then had a mess of management, and began firing
> people left and right over the second half of the project to cover
> themselves and buying time.--
John Posada http://jposada.zenfolio.com/
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