They don't care?  Let me ask you, if someone offered you a better job and more 
pay, would your company loyalty be undaunting through thick and thin?  Or would 
you give notice and hit the trail?  I suspect you'd take the better job, and 
why not?  So, my question is simple: Why do they owe you something you won't 
give them?

The fact is that they usually do care, and they try very hard to make things 
come out right but sometimes it just doesn't happen that way.  I'd be awfullly 
surprised if they would really cut a heart out, even figuratively.  Most that I 
am aware of will offer references, offer interim support, and will do all 
possible to ease the path for employees that were valued.

In <>, on 03/14/99 
   at 12:33 PM, Wynn Osborne <> said:

>I don't care what position you hold, how long you've been there, or how
>much dough they pay you, you are still just a number. When economic
>circumstances are such that you services aren't needed, they'll cut your
>heart out. And trust me---THEY DON'T CARE. And if they tell you
>different, they are lying to you.

Booth Martin

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