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Subject:Re: good/bad employer list From:Chris Hamilton <chamilton -at- GR -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 6 May 1997 13:53:17 -0500
Hillary Jones wrote:
> I'm in favor of some kind of a list that includes ONLY the name of the
> company and people who've worked there and are willing to share
> experiences privately.
Let's say I'm the new tech communication manager for company A. I see
one person listed for company A, so I lead that person to believe I'm
looking for a job at company A (using my home e-mail, of course). I'm
just curious because I want to see what kind of response perspective
employees will get. He doesn't know me because I just got the job and
he's moved on. He proceeds to trash the hell out of company A.
Before I started to cooperate in a venture, I'd like to get some legal
wisdom (oxymoron?) on the liability of providing information in such a
> Together we could form a network and RULE THE WORLD!! AH-HAHAHAHAHAHA!
I already rule the world. I've got such a finesse about my rule that you
only THINK you're free.
Chris Hamilton, Technical Writer
Greenbrier & Russel
chamilton -at- gr -dot- com