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you seem frantic

Posted By: before you jump off the deep end on 2005-09-06
In Reply to: Does MQ have STATUTORY EMPLOYEES anymore under new plan - ??????????????????

I am also an SE.  I keep in close contact with my supervisor.  I am needed and so are you.  We will always have the option of full time employment, which I am taking this Nov.  Please don't worry yourself.

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