NHL Amnesty: Pronger vs Bryz
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05-14-2012, 12:17 PM
Join Date: Nov 2009
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So you work in California for a few years in a career...say an engineer, manager of some sort, etc.
In light of an opportunity to move 3000 miles to say New York, in the same job field but a new office and city - maybe New York, you go.
You like your new office, and plan to stay in your career but you have some struggles adapting your first year there. Should you be fired?
It's the same basic concept.
It's not his fault he was offered such a long contract. Is it a bit much? yes. But, who gave it to him?
Now we want to get out of the contract. Do you think it would be fair, if it were you?
Analogies don't really work here...
Bottom line: Top performers are paid for results, not to have excuses made for their lack of production.
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