Re: Glove reaction

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Responding openly to Don Hammer's just remonstration with me -

I'm in no danger of being fired, because I've never been hired. I've been
doing locum tenens work for 18 years. What I describe are the conditions
under which my clients work - I put up with their conditions for a few days,
then move on. And I do believe that they're in danger of being fired if they
complain about the working conditions that they and their histotechnologists
must put up with.

As far as I can see, asking for as little as possible and being as invisible
as possible is my clients' secret of survival. I don't envy them. I'm sure
that many of them heartily wish they'd done something else with their lives.
I certainly wish I had. But, as I said before, I'm not complaining about my
own work conditions, but about those of my locum tenens clients.

Bob Richmond
Samurai Pathologist
Knoxville TN

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