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Bernie said (in response to Melanie's "duh" comment:
It seems to me that, as long as the company was correct in its decision to
establish a large
department, then, a manager ( a technical writing experienced manager) would
I agree with our lurker that the company should have hired a manager - in
fact, it seems ideal that they realised they needed one. But I also agree
(although, maybe I wouldn't have used "duh) ;-) that they should have gone
about hiring the manager _before_ starting interviews with TWs and getting
their hopes up.
Not that I'm trying to speak for Melanie here, but I think that's what she
was trying to say.
"I love to dance in the light of the TECHWR-L flames...it makes me feel
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