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Old 02-22-2011, 03:50 PM   #41
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Sorry to hear about your j*b.

I've always worked for megacrap, so that's all I know. If the right opportunity walks by to experiment with a smaller company, I might try it, not sure yet. It'll be a consideration.

Originally Posted by FreeAtLast View Post
My job has turned to crap, but it is due to the owner's own financial problems. He is cutting our benefits every which way. He is desperately trying to hang on to the corporate Jet that purchased when times were good.

I only work 4 mornings a week partially due to his cutting back. I like being semiretired now so I don't really care too much what is happening in the office.

I put in an honest days work and will retire in a few years so the job is good enough.

Expecting another employer to be a better place would be like barking at the moon.

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