Originally Posted by polloloco
"Be sure you have a replacement trained." I do have one that will be ready and my job for the last year will be to supervise him as he assumes full responsibility..........Feels like I am home free already.
I can relate to that, even though the training period is MUCH shorter for my replacement! I have him to train for ~3 months. I have negotiated a couple of steak dinners to go back twice this summer to train him on a couple of yearly tests that will come up at that time. (under the rules of our pension fund, I can not receive any financial compensation....but they said nothing of meat!)
Anyway, he's learning the ropes quite well, and I just have to be around now to answer his questions, and check his work/results at the end of the day. Since I have no active 'w*rk' to do, I sit and read, and hang here on the ER boards.
It DOES feel like I'm home free, too!!! SWEEEET!!!