Re: An increasing trend?

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From:amos brooks <>
To:Scott Taft <>
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    That is what our lab does. There are "Team Leaders" which are
responsible for many supervisory tasks. In the absence of a supervisor
guess who takes over. In most cases this is something that people are
glad to accept because it is somewhat of a right of passage to the
promotions. But I do see where you are coming from with it being "cost
Amos Brooks

Scott Taft wrote:

> Cgs & Histonetters,
> In doing this project, is there an underlying
> possibility that an "Anatomic Pathology Leader" or any
> name with "leader" is being considered?
> I remember when I started seeing/hearing about these
> "leader" positions. It represented down sizing and
> cost cutting to me but I'm not sure that is true in
> all situations.
> It seems that a "leader" position is the hospital's
> way of having a manager manage the lab without the
> name and pay. Saves pesos this way!??
> It this widespread right now?
> Scott Taft HT(ASCP)
> Tucson AZ
> --- wrote:
> > I am working on a project as part of a co-op
> > position, shadowing my histology
> > supervisor in a hospital lab. The project is
> > gathering job descriptions of
> > histologists (HT) from around the country to see how
> > ours compares.  Can
> > anyone help?  I will send my address if necessary to
> > receive the information
> > as well as reimburse postage.  Thanks
> >
> >
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