Re: New Jersey and Freida
Responding to the message of <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I completely agree with Marsha. I think your posts are professional and precise
and are invaluable to most of us on Histonet. Please keep them coming and ignore
those who are against them. They need the practice with the delete key they seem
to not know what it's for!! Frankly, I am quite surprised by some of those
complaining, as I would think that they of ALL people, would be proud to see our
profession finally getting the recognition and respect it has deserved for
As for the venders, bring them on!!! I also enjoy learning about any new
products which just might make my life in the lab a little easier! I see no
problem with them posting new product info, as long as it pertains to Histology.
It might just make life a little less complicated for many of us. I think Lynn's
idea of letting them post once or twice a month is a good one.
Just my 2 cents.
LuAnn Anderson HT(ASCP)
Univerisity of Minnesota
> Please do not be discouraged from posting job opportunities on the
> histonet. I have kept quiet thus far,however I believe the majority
> counts and the majority wants you to
> continue the wonderful job you are doing. You have let me know of some
> wonderful job opportunities that were not posted in advance or anywhere
> else for that matter.
> I have counted 4 so far that are against the job postings (correct me if
> I am wrong). Your service is extremely valuable to both those that are
> seeking a job and to
> hospitals and labs that are seeking histotechs
> Keep up the good work!
> Marsha Price
> On Mon, 09 Jul 2001 09:04:58 -0700 (PDT) Heather Diamond
> <email@example.com> writes:
> > Hello!
> > There is a new position for a Histotech with a State
> > of the art laboratory ~ full-time position, day hours
> > with NO WEEKENDS South of Trenton, NJ about a half an
> > hour or so if anyone is interested.
> > On a side note: Freida, the last time you emailed me
> > you said you were retired. Why would you want to
> > prevent those who are still in the work world from
> > hearing about opportunities?
> > Just curious.
> > Again, HDSRJOBS.com will be up and running soon! I
> > think those interested will find it to be very
> > resourceful.
> > Thanks to all the people supporting my Histology
> > Recruiting efforts!
> > Heather Diamond
> > HDSR
> > Sr. Recruiter
> > Toll Free 866-258-1406
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