Re: [Histonet] new employer

From:Geoff McAuliffe

Hi Ron:

    I would stay. The fact that he immediately hired another tech tells 
me he knows you are right and are not worth loosing. Also, knowing how 
he operates gives you a leg up in the next round of battles.
    Good luck!


Ron Martin wrote:

>Fellow techs,
>I would appreciate some input on my current situation. I started a new
>salaried position a few months ago. I figured I would be working about 50
>hours a week. I am working 60-70 hours (5-7 days) a week. All my lab
>personnel are working as much OT as they can. I told my MD that I could not
>work at this pace for another month while we awaited approval (just
>approval, not hire) for a new tech. I was told that if I couldn't work all
>the hours to give my 2 weeks notice. I did give my notice and within 10
>minutes I had a new tech hired. My question is this: after seeing his true
>colors, what would all of you do? Would you stay with him or leave after
>your probation is up? I know there are plenty of histology positions out
>there, but trying to find a good company that has a MD that will treat you
>half way decent is becoming nearly impossible ( here in Florida at least).
>Sorry for the complaining but I would appreciate some input.
>Ron Martin
>Histonet mailing list

Geoff McAuliffe, Ph.D.
Neuroscience and Cell Biology
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
675 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, NJ 08854
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