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It's hard to fire State employees

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Posted: 06/28/2014 7:12 PM

It's hard to fire State employees Post Rating (3 votes)


"Say look, Sandy, could you save me a seat in

your new department, you know, just in case things

don't work out this coming season, and if its not too

much trouble, I'd like my desk close to my buddy Buh's.

I have to confess that I'm not too sure what it is

that we're suppose to do in your new department,

but be assured that I'll do whatever you want!" 

Blueblood of lod

Last edited 06/30/2014 9:01 AM by Bluebloodthescorned

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Posted: 06/29/2014 12:56 AM

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For that matter, I haven't got a clue what her 15 deputy, associate, and assistant athletic directors do/did.

I think Ms. Barbour's situation is similar to Tedford in that she has time left on her contract and we have to continue to pay her salary. It's different in that Tedford chose to make a clean break of it by being bought out for a slightly reduced amount whereas Ms. Barbour chose to keep coming in for whatever reason.
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Posted: 06/29/2014 9:51 AM

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Going to miss those sexy pantsuits.

 

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Posted: 06/29/2014 2:51 PM

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No different than firing someone in the private sector with a contract.
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Posted: 06/29/2014 2:54 PM

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HaroldPMuller wrote: For that matter, I haven't got a clue what her 15 deputy, associate, and assistant athletic directors do/did.

I think Ms. Barbour's situation is similar to Tedford in that she has time left on her contract and we have to continue to pay her salary. It's different in that Tedford chose to make a clean break of it by being bought out for a slightly reduced amount whereas Ms. Barbour chose to keep coming in for whatever reason.
I seem to recall Mr. Gorcey talking about the assistants some time ago.  Maybe he can go through it with you again.
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Posted: 06/29/2014 3:40 PM

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ZULUasKONO wrote:
HaroldPMuller wrote: For that matter, I haven't got a clue what her 15 deputy, associate, and assistant athletic directors do/did.

I think Ms. Barbour's situation is similar to Tedford in that she has time left on her contract and we have to continue to pay her salary. It's different in that Tedford chose to make a clean break of it by being bought out for a slightly reduced amount whereas Ms. Barbour chose to keep coming in for whatever reason.
I seem to recall Mr. Gorcey talking about the assistants some time ago.  Maybe he can go through it with you again.


NOOOOOO!!

 

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Posted: 06/29/2014 8:44 PM

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jrsmithe wrote:
ZULUasKONO wrote:
HaroldPMuller wrote: For that matter, I haven't got a clue what her 15 deputy, associate, and assistant athletic directors do/did.

I think Ms. Barbour's situation is similar to Tedford in that she has time left on her contract and we have to continue to pay her salary. It's different in that Tedford chose to make a clean break of it by being bought out for a slightly reduced amount whereas Ms. Barbour chose to keep coming in for whatever reason.
I seem to recall Mr. Gorcey talking about the assistants some time ago.  Maybe he can go through it with you again.


NOOOOOO!!
lol
Just trying to help since Harrold seems to have forgotten the detailed explanation Gorcey gave on the issue.
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