RE:policies aimed at weaning employees from their cellphones
It is a good idea, but impractical for many jobs. Even before the days of cellphones, I was on call 24x7 being responsible for a 24 state telecom/datacomm network and staff. Instead of a cellphone I had a pager. There are many jobs like that today - they just use texts and emails and phonecalls instead. Sure, I had a staff that handled much of the calls. But when I got called, it was usually a disaster in the making and the VP of I/S and the COO of the railroad was involved. -- A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves money from the public treasury.
2013-Jan-2 5:33 pm: ·
fuziwuzi Not born yesterday Premium join:2005-07-01 Atlanta, GA
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