Re: Struck a Nerve

From:JOE NOCITO (by way of Histonet)

Michael and all,
My father has always taught me that a real man expresses his views and
opinions openly, honestly and calmly.  I will not hide behind an alias
because of fear of retribution.  If I am afraid to say something that I
would not want to repeat in court, I won't say it.  I'm not afriad of being
sued or loosing my job.  I learned early in my military career to document
events as they happen.  It is cases just like this that I have enough
documentation to protect my company and myself.  My employers have always
backed me, and I know they will again.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Richards" 
Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2002 9:53 AM
Subject: Re: Struck a Nerve

> I realize that this is the far from the best solution to the problem,
> but perhaps if we don't put our contact information and affiliation on
> 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 call
> 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.
> Michael Richards
> ---- 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 freedom
> > to tell
> > our opinions, thoughts and experiences openly and honestly.  However,
> > how
> > open can we be when vendors start calling employers about postings
> > on the
> > Histonet?
> >     If that was an attempt to keep me quiet, or not to give my opinions,
> > 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 this
> > forum.
> >     My response was an honest explanation of my experiences. No malice
> > was
> > intended.  I just reported my experiences in an honest, open manner.
> >     What kind of a relationship can be built with a vendor if one cannot
> > express their experiences openly and honestly?  I say not a  very good
> > one.
> >     As usual, the opinions of this editorial are the sole responsibility
> > of
> > 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
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> __________________________________________________
> FREE voicemail, email, and fax...all in one place.
> Sign Up Now!

<< Previous Message | Next Message >>