Re: Did ya ever wonder??

Subject: Re: Did ya ever wonder??
From: John Posada <jposada01 -at- YAHOO -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 4 May 1999 13:42:16 -0700

Thanks, Chris...NOW I understand...

See? All it took was an objective, unemotional, and
informed explaination. Works for me!

--- Chris Hamilton <caxdj -at- EARTHLINK -dot- NET> wrote:
> John Posada wrote:
> >
> > Why "should" you? Is it automatic that only an
> > employee, by simply being an employee, has the
> "right"
> > to equipment that will do the task assigned to
> them?
> > Why not base it on the
> criticality/visibility/urgency
> > of the project.
> Here's why: if I'm the leader of the doc department
> and I've got X
> permanent employees and I have X SuperPCs and 1
> CrappyPC, and I hire a
> contractor, here's what I have to do:
> 1. Shoot my credibility with my permanent staff by
> giving the contractor
> one of their PCs.
> 2. Wait for the chosen perm to get all the crap he
> or she needs off the
> SuperPC and onto the CrappyPC. Considering the fact
> that he or she has a
> severely out-of-joint nose, it's not likely to be an
> efficient transfer.

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John Posada
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