• Subject: Re: What to do about a disgruntled employee
  • From: DAsmussen@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 20 Mar 1999 15:18:33 EST


In a message dated 3/20/99 11:32:37 AM Eastern Standard Time,
ddi@datadesigninc.com writes:

> but when the last one left, he was dishonest.  said he had no interest in
> our clients, except the one said he was going to work for and they were
going to
> hire someone anyway.   this same person was always upset about his grown
> daughter, in her mid twenties, always lying.  he was also a minister, and
> say things like 'some things may be legally right, but morally wrong'.  and
>  he did, in my opinion, was morally wrong.

Goes back to my three hard and fast rules for "running like the wind" when
heard early in the conversation from either a client or a prospective

1.  "Family-owned business"
2.  "Good Christian"
3.  "Honest"

Later on, they can be OK.  Up front, somebody's trying to justify something...


Dean Asmussen
Enterprise Systems Consulting, Inc.
Fuquay-Varina, NC  USA
E-mail:  DAsmussen@aol.com

"The best way to win an argument is to begin by being right." -- Jill
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