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    Re: Memphis City Schools, Human Resources
    Posted by WORKING IN HUMAN RESOURCES on 12/21/08
    (8) Comments

    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.