FWD: Personnel and Quality of Printed Manuals) (fwd)

Subject: FWD: Personnel and Quality of Printed Manuals) (fwd)
From: DURL <durl -at- BUFFNET -dot- NET>
Date: Mon, 23 Mar 1998 13:43:43 -0500

At 12:14 PM 3/23/98 -0500, you wrote:
> Sorry, but my advice is send your resume out. If this person
>doesn't work for you, and the manuals don't matter to anybody but you, and
>you can't get any support in this you vs. her situation, it's not going to
>get better.
> If you want to stick it out, I suggest you keep it between you
>and her. Smile, agree, and ask her what you can do to make it easier for
>her. Maybe make the copies yourself. It's nice to be recognized as
>providing more value than the secretary, but it doesn't sound as if anyone
>but you sees it that way. Not an atypical situation in one-writer
>companies, where the difference between "writer" and "typist" isn't
>perceived.
> Mary
>
>Mary Durlak Erie Documentation Inc.
>East Aurora, New York (near Buffalo)
>durl -at- buffnet -dot- net
>
>
>




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