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Ten reasons to flee your Midwest technology employer

CHICAGO -- Lots of us in the Midwest technology workplace -- from kids right out of school to 20-year veterans of the industry and beyond -- found ourselves in a new and unpleasant place over the last three years.

We may have taken jobs that we wouldnt have remotely considered in the past (at least not during the go-go 1990s). We may even have stayed at a les......

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No good can come of continued employment with a company that has shaky ethical practices. Ask yourself: Are ethical standards published? Are they discussed? Are employee issues handled fairly and with compassion?

2) Forced Ranking Evaluation Systems

We put this up near the top of our list because for Nine2Five, the rating is binary: companies tha......

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You are a smart person and a grown-up. Who needs to be treated like someone who cant pick appropriate clothes from your closet in the morning? Companies that obsess about the written rules are typically afraid of actual problem-solving conversations.

6) Inflexibility in Employee Matters

We hope and trust that you are a person who gives your all a days work and then some to......

Full article >>> e safe, well lit and sufficiently cool or warm. If your work environment is really bad, its bad for your mental and physical health. Plus, what does an unpleasant workspace say about your employers concern for the workers?

If your workplace is unsafe, unhealthily loud, too crowded or otherwise truly unpleasant (as opposed to merely humble), youve already received a loud signal about what ......

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The opinions expressed herein or statements made in the above column are solely those of the author, & do not necessarily reflect the views of Wisconsin Technology Network, ......

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'"/> By Liz Ryan 08/24/04

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