Re: Into the Frying Pan
Thanks to all. I'm back after a long weekend away, only to discover that^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
things are even worse than when I left.
Our pubs. mgr. was close to inciting an all-out mutiny yesterday as she
informed us that even more is now on our plate without even so much as a
single SOP to follow.
Unfortunately, the same recruiter that placed the pubs mgr. also placed me.
Said recruiter is also very new to the game, so I find myself in a pickle.
I was supposed to meet with her for lunch yesterday, but another "emergency
pubs meeting" precluded that. All the while, I was wondering what I'd even
talk to her about; I don't feel that I can ask her to find me a different
In hindsight, I knew that this req. smelled the first time it was presented
to me, but when the recruiter came back around a second time with a higher
rate that matches what I can make freelancing (where my billable hours
aren't as numerous), I bit. At this point I'm thinking of calling it a day,
returning to my freelance career and building out my client base. I can
afford to do this.
What would you consider doing?
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