Re: Managers Who Intimidate Causing Grief

Subject: Re: Managers Who Intimidate Causing Grief
From: howard <pencil -at- WAVENET -dot- CO -dot- UK>
Date: Wed, 9 Sep 1998 14:33:48 +0000

Hi,

One way to maybe at least get yourself - or this other person who's
acquiring intimidatory behavio(u?)r out of the firing line may be
requesting time to work from home and attend the office when necessary.

Instead of waiting for the opportunity to be dispensed as a
semi-retirement biscuit like a labrat, why not actively promote it -
after all the propaganda I've heard about new and innovative solutions
it's hardly, like, that radical now is it?

At least that way you can call on Nettiquette in the absence of a
corporate policy in this area...

Just my tu pense...

howard

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