RE: Struck a Nerve
|From:||"Weems, Joyce" (by way of Histonet)|
Actually, I think the rep's employer should be called. Joe, tell us who it
is with a phone number. After a few calls he will probably know how much out
of line he was.
Saint Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta
From: Michael Richards [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2002 10:53 AM
Subject: Re: Struck a Nerve
I realize that this is the far from the best solution to the
but perhaps if we don't put our contact information and affiliation
all our e-mails, vendors would not be able to contact our employers.
You could still include your phone number when you want someone to
you, you just have to be sure of who you're talking to.
I know this sounds paranoid and very uncommunal, but with vultures
maybe that is unfortunately what's necessary.
---- JOE NOCITO wrote:
> It appears that my last response to the Histonet struck a nerve in
> a certain
> vendor. That vendor contacted my employer this morning.
> One of the great things I love about the Histonet is the
> to tell
> our opinions, thoughts and experiences openly and honestly.
> open can we be when vendors start calling employers about postings
> on the
> If that was an attempt to keep me quiet, or not to give my
> that was a big mistake. I will continue to place my input on the
> unless I'm otherwise instructed not to, by the administrators of
> My response was an honest explanation of my experiences. No
> intended. I just reported my experiences in an honest, open
> What kind of a relationship can be built with a vendor if one
> express their experiences openly and honestly? I say not a very
> As usual, the opinions of this editorial are the sole
> the author and no way reflects the views of the employer or its
> Thank you
> Joe Nocito, BS, HT (ASCP) QIHC
> Histology Manager
> Pathology Reference Lab
> San Antonio, Texas
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