Posts Tagged ‘employer relations’

Life of A Programmer — Session 3.3 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

June 23, 2015

Around 1975, the employee / employer relations began to change.

Employer / Employee loyalty diminished with each passing year.

Job Seekers with many employers on their resumes were favourably considered.

Everyone effectively became a “temporary employee”.

Currently, you are upper-middle class. However, your future is not certain.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

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Life of A Programmer — Session 3.2 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

June 20, 2015

Let me present to you the long term history on employee / employer relations.

I joined the Lockheed California Company in 1961.

At this time, there was a strong loyalty between employers and employees.

Employees were expected to stay with their employer for their entire career.

Employers were expected to keep their employees for their entire careers.

Job Seekers with more than several employers on their resume were not favourably considered.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 3.2 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering

April 2, 2015

Let me present to you the long term history on employee / employer relations.

I joined the Lockheed California Company in 1961.

At this time, there was a strong loyalty between employers and employees.

Employees were expected to stay with their employer for their entire career.

Employers were expected to keep their employees for their entire careers.

Job Seekers with more than several employers on their resume were not favorably considered.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 3.3 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

January 4, 2015

Around 1975, the employee / employer relations began to change.

Employer / Employee loyalty diminished with each passing year.

Job Seekers with many employers on their resumes were favorably considered.

Everyone effectively became a “temporary employee”.

Currently, you are upper-middle class. However, your future is not certain.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 3.2 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

January 3, 2015

Let me present to you the long term history on employee / employer relations.

I joined the Lockheed California Company in 1961.

At this time, there was a strong loyalty between employers and employees.

Employees were expected to stay with their employer for their entire career.

Employers were expected to keep their employees for their entire careers.

Job Seekers with more than several employers on their resume were not favorably considered.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 3.3 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

October 28, 2014

Around 1975, the employee / employer relations began to change.

Employer / Employee loyalty diminished with each passing year.

Job Seekers with many employers on their resumes were favorably considered.

Everyone effectively became a “temporary employee”.

Currently, you are upper-middle class. However, your future is not certain.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 3.2 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

October 25, 2014

Let me present to you the long term history on employee / employer relations.

I joined the Lockheed California Company in 1961.

At this time, there was a strong loyalty between employers and employees.

Employees were expected to stay with their employer for their entire career.

Employers were expected to keep their employees for their entire careers.

Job Seekers with more than several employers on their resume were not favorably considered.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 3.3 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

August 24, 2014

Around 1975, the employee / employer relations began to change.

Employer / Employee loyalty diminished with each passing year.

Job Seekers with many employers on their resumes were favorably considered.

Everyone effectively became a “temporary employee”.

Currently, you are upper-middle class. However, your future is not certain.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 3.2 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

August 23, 2014

Let me present to you the long term history on employee / employer relations.

I joined the Lockheed California Company in 1961.

At this time, there was a strong loyalty between employers and employees.

Employees were expected to stay with their employer for their entire career.

Employers were expected to keep their employees for their entire careers.

Job Seekers with more than several employers on their resume were not favorably considered.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 3.3 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

April 6, 2014

Around 1975, the employee / employer relations began to change.

Employer / Employee loyalty diminished with each passing year.

Job Seekers with many employers on their resumes were favorably considered.

Everyone effectively became a “temporary employee”.

Currently, you are upper-middle class. However, your future is not certain.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE