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Apr 7, 2012
Wally has accepted what we all really thought, but have been reluctant to really accept. Sigh . . .
 
 
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Apr 7, 2012
So long as the coffee holds out, Wally will stay. The company will claim him as a recent hire for years as part of a Federal program to encourage hiring of new employees. Even though he does nothing it doesn't mean that he isn't good for nothing.....
 
 
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Apr 7, 2012
Work Smarter, and not Harder....
 
 
Apr 7, 2012
You are writing about my life when I worked at SWBT/SBC/at&t..when I was a new employee I calculated that after 30 years of employment, with average raises, overtime and benefits I would earn around $3.5 Million..I offered to leave immediately for $1.5 Million..thus saving the company $2 million
they did not see the logic or do the math.
I resigned in 2006 because of the exact nature of 4/6/2012 strip...
the 6/29/2006 strip was the day before my 'exit interview"
I feel like I am in the movie
"Stranger than Fiction"
 
 
Apr 7, 2012
You are writing about my life when I worked at SWBT/SBC/at&t..when I was a new employee I calculated that after 30 years of employment, with average raises, overtime and benefits I would earn around $3.5 Million..I offered to leave immediately for $1.5 Million..thus saving the company $2 million
they did not see the logic or do the math.
I resigned in 2006 because of the exact nature of 4/6/2012 strip...
the 6/29/2006 strip was the day before my 'exit interview"
I feel like I am in the movie
"Stranger than Fiction"
 
 
 
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