Computer is completely crapped out, so I'm back to the library and will be checking in a few times a week. I don't know what to do about my home unit. Anybody know anything about replacing a bad motherboard... whatever that is?
On the up side, Lucy is coming home on Sunday. Pray for both of us!
Ladies and Gentlemen;
We have some serious interviewing to be conducting. The job applicants have been narrowed down to just two and they want us to hire one of them to fill the position of President of the United States.
Now suppose, for a moment (humor me) that these two men had applied for the job of… oh I don’t know… say… janitor of your office complex.
If you were the Human Resources Director, during the interview process, would you hire someone who gave the following answers to your questions?
HRD: Tell me about yourself.
APPLICANT: I have big dreams and huge plans. I intend to succeed in all aspects of this position.
HRD: Okay, good. What previous experience do you have in janitorial work?
APP: I’ve never actually been a janitor. Obviously, your previous janitor has failed miserably at this position. Look at the dust on the desktops, the streaks on the windows and the garbage overflowing from the trash containers.
HRD: And how would you proceed to improve this environment?
APP: I would be willing to apply all my energy to changing this environment.
HRD: And how would you do that?
APP: I would do away with the desks, thus eliminating any place for dust to collect. I would replace all the glass in the windows with particle board, which would in turn eliminate the streaks. I would eliminate the need for trash containers by prohibiting any office worker to generate garbage.
HRD: Interesting. Tell me about your education in the area of cleaning and maintenance.
APP: I have no education in that area, but I do have a Law Degree from Harvard and I have worked tirelessly distribute brooms and dustmops throughout the poor districts of my city.
HRD: I see. Thank you for coming in today. We’ll be in touch. Next applicant, please!
(Tune in next week for the second interview)