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Chris,
Consider this from someone who works for an employer with lot's of perks:
look for a company that values RM at a high level, and believes that you
will add a significant contribution to their organization.  This is the perk
that will mean the most to you long term.

Rick Caputo
Supervisor Records Management
Shell Oil Products US
1100 Louisiana St. Suite 2213
Houston, TX 77002
PH 713-277-9729
Cell 713-385-9328
Fax 713-277-9701
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-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Flynn [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Monday, September 15, 2003 3:08 PM
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Subject: Hypothetical


I was talking to a friend (yes I still have one or two left west of the Big
Muddy) and the discussion turned to employment strategy. In these trying
times, just how far do you go in making demands on a potential employer.

Exercise:

A leading company, possibly a Fortune...., company is interested in hiring
you. Apart from an exorbitant salary, what is an expected perk and what is a
possible perk and what do you rate as more important.

Chris

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