Re: A Sticky Situation

Subject: Re: A Sticky Situation
From: Sabahat Ashraf <sabahat_ashraf -at- MENTORG -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 21 Jan 1997 09:46:28 EST

On Jan 20, 3:33pm, Stephen Arrants wrote:

> I've warned her not to be confrontational, but to be honest with her
> manager as to how she is feeling about this, and what she sees as a
> solution.

I have used the good old "a content worker is a good worker blah blah
productivity blah blah" argument -- even in a Third World
all-but-a-sweatshop-of-an-electronics-company environment. And pretty
succesfully. (Would have gotten a 50% raise if I had stayed in the company --
was too disgruntled/malcontent by then to stay any longer.)

Sabahat.

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