Re: Standards, getting stuff done, and generally frustrating situ ation

Subject: Re: Standards, getting stuff done, and generally frustrating situ ation
From: Scott Havens <SHavens -at- ELCOTEL -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 1999 08:44:36 -0500

> Scott Havens...
> > My first question is: Why, in God's name, do you
> > love this job?
> > It sounds like you're getting screwed from every possible angle.
> I'd
> > second Tommy Green's suggestions, and further urge you to
> > fully document everything that's going on. At the very least, it
> could help you
> > remember all the details when you're explaining the situation
> > to future interviewers.
>
Mike Huber...
> Nope. Documenting the situation may be worthwhile for other purposes,
> but you don't want to describe the situation in detail to
> interviewers. Detail is griping. OK here, and in other places where it
> can lead to help. Not OK in interviews.
>
Scott Havens again...
Obviously, you don't want to be the one to raise the specter of
a failed past position during an interview. My point was that, just in
case it should come up, you would at least have a clear recollection of
what happened and why. Having your ducks in line is sometimes critical
in mounting a credible defense. Have a nice weekend!


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