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Old 9th December 2018, 10:43   #61
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Old 9th December 2018, 12:36   #62
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Good that you got it sorted - and is it just me that finds it laughable that a new position of “clerical assistant ordinaire” has to be fabricated in order to satisfy someone’s vanity?
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Old 9th December 2018, 13:14   #63
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Just for a laugh, but true. When I worked in the NHS in London, my street name was “Phil the pill” and I would like think it broke down barriers, but who knows. What about yourself John, what was your street name?
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Old 9th December 2018, 14:50   #64
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In the last few years I was nominated to attend a number networking meetings on behalf of the firm. Overall it was enjoyable with a full English to be eaten whilst presentations took place.

What used to make me laugh was how some introduced themselves

There were a lot of “Consultants” promoting how they could improve your business despite it being fairly obvious that they could not improve their own. When asked what they did the response was invariably something along the lines of “facilitating others to achieve blah blah blah.....”

One chap had “Head of Inspiration” on his business card.

Sadly it didn’t work and he went to work for a big firm.
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Old 9th December 2018, 16:38   #65
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Just for a laugh, but true. When I worked in the NHS in London, my street name was “Phil the pill” and I would like think it broke down barriers, but who knows. What about yourself John, what was your street name?
The only nickname i have had was "seven". In the sixties, John Barry 7.
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Old 9th December 2018, 22:03   #66
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I used to be a ‘nocturnal stock replenishment technician’... ok, shelf stacker.
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I used to be a ‘nocturnal stock replenishment technician’... ok, shelf stacker.
that's an operative, their supervisor would be the technician

how about preservation, collection and management assistant? storeman
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that's an operative, their supervisor would be the technician

how about preservation, collection and management assistant? storeman
No, he was the nocturnal stock replenishment director...
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