Oh, the programming will stop one day-- but if it does the company will
then be on a downhill slide that won't stop until it either goes out of
business or is bought out by someone else.

Change in business plans is what drives the changes.

--Paul E Musselman

>       You nailed the problem in the last two paragraphs.  Many companies
>cheated after they have gone to the time and expense to train an employee
>only to have them leave for more $$$.
>       I have also come across the perception among some companies that
>"all this
>programming will stop eventually and we can make better use of the money."
>Eric Kempter
>CommAir Mechanical Services, Inc.

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