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July 15, 2010

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Lanek

i am equally fustrated

evilcatbert

I have to laugh at this as I truly am a believer that (for the most part and within reason) what's done on-site or on-the-clock is up to an employer. However once the employee leaves the premises and doesn't indicate in any way he's representing the company's viewpoint, he should be left alone. If I had this employee on the payroll I hope I'd have been more alert to his potential value by using him to promote products for us rather than firing him for sharing his personal opinion (and customer fatigue) in a really inventive way. This is a talented person finding a way to use the creativity that his company obviously overlooked.
P.S. I loved the video - thanks for sharing.

John R

Shoutout: I cited either your blog (though I can't seem to find the reference) or your inspiration over at bigidea: http://www.bigidea.cc/2010/07/better-job-descriptions-you-are/

Thanks for keeping it real. About your frequent posting, thanks for the inferiority complex. Carry on, role model. John

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