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    Re: Memphis City Schools, Human Resources
    Posted by SO FUNNY AND TRUE!!!!!! by EX-HR Worker!!!!! on 1/15/09
    (8) Comments

    On 12/21/08, WORKING IN HUMAN RESOURCES wrote:
    > Friends: Working in HR is as stressful as being a stationary
    > engineer in a boiler room. They spend more time eating donuts,
    > complaining about their spouses' shortcomings (wink), and watching
    > their backsides exceed the size of their seat cushions. Most of the
    > time these bureaucrats already know whom they are going to hire but
    > by law must publish the openings via periodicals and the internet...
    > maybe a few might get a token interview, but otherwise it's all
    > staged. It's the ideal job for those who have little ambition,
    > slight cranial activity, and are willing to bend the rules in order
    > to be accepted and keep their mundane positions. That just about
    > says it all...if I have left anything out, please feel free to
    > continue the thread!
    >
    > MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A POLITICALLY INCORRECT NEW YEAR!
    >

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    Posts on this thread, including this one

  • Memphis City Schools, Human Resources, 10/30/08, by Lackluster.
  • Re: Memphis City Schools, Human Resources, 11/21/08, by seeds in sand.
  • Re: Memphis City Schools, Human Resources, 12/05/08, by crimsontide.
  • Re: Memphis City Schools, Human Resources, 12/08/08, by pensatore.
  • Re: Memphis City Schools, Human Resources, 12/21/08, by WORKING IN HUMAN RESOURCES.
  • Re: Memphis City Schools, Human Resources, 1/15/09, by SO FUNNY AND TRUE!!!!!! by EX-HR Worker!!!!!.
  • Re: Memphis City Schools, Human Resources, 2/04/09, by in his words there is truth.
  • Re: Memphis City Schools, Human Resources, 4/03/09, by Debbie-HR Professional.