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Offline MH

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Re: Re-employment Culture (renamed)
« Reply #120 on: June 14, 2018, 11:41:36 am »
That sounds like something that would happen to me.  You did the right thing.  Stick to it and play the best practice card.

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Re: Re-employment Culture (renamed)
« Reply #121 on: June 14, 2018, 12:11:42 pm »
That sounds like something that would happen to me.  You did the right thing.  Stick to it and play the best practice card.

If I had the authority, there's one of them I would've fired before her 3-month probation was up.  Now she's been here over a year and we're stuck with her.

It's a pretty dysfunctional workplace and we had been working on that, but she mostly just brought more dysfunction to the table.

At least management is finally taking some note and action.

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Re: Re-employment Culture (renamed)
« Reply #122 on: July 18, 2018, 06:33:16 am »
Ok.  Have now landed in a new spot at a bank.  I will have to figure out a way to let them know that I need to take parental leave :D but that's for later, after probation.  The penny will drop once I tell them, though, and it will hopefully make them realize that I am there for the long haul.

For now I am taking about a dozen orientation courses online including - yes - inclusion and diversity training.  I believe they may have actually got a trans actor to voice the animated character in the trans tolerance chapter, which is nice.

This is the culture of the liberal technocrat, and it is pervasive.  I am comfortable with it.