I like their beer. Mostly because that's the only brew I can get from the Pacific Northwest. Didn't know about them treating employees like crap though. If you're homebrewing It can be all about the beer but there are certain standards you need to keep up for a business. I'm sure Rogue doesn't believe it but your employees really are your greatest asset.TNGabe said:Considering how they treat warehouse and packaging employees, it's no surprise. Another good reason to never buy Rogue beer, if the beer itself and the companies union busting weren't enough.
Maybe Rogue just found their new IT guy?I wish I lived near there, sounds like my kind of place. I'm so freaking tired of the drama queen, thin skinned, can't take a joke bull$hit that the modern day "professional" workplaces seem to be so hung up on. I understand being respectful, but some people get so bent out of shape about the littlest things these days.
Just an aside, but we should keep in mind the standard of living of each area. I don't know what the SOL is up where Rogue is, but I'm pretty sure that 50,000 where I live would be as comfortable as a 90,000 in Sacramento, CA. Even still...in any place, less than 50,000 is absurd!!Tone aside (which is awful) they're off their rocker if they expect to find a competent, experienced person to run their whole IT department for less than $40k. I wouldn't touch that position for less than 90.
You sound rebellious- your hireI'm not qualified: I don't meet their dress code. I will not, repeat, WILL NOT grow a moustache or a beard (I just shaved off my weeks' worth of growth ten minutes ago, and it looked worse than a 13-year-old white kid, or a 9-year-old Puerto Rican), and I wear baggy clothes.
It is on the Rogue job list, aparently the a reelling against the english language as well!If you could walk on water they'd ask you why you couldn't swim.
I wonder how much they are pocketing for this 'revolution' if they're expected a single person to manage all of the IT problems for an entire network of pubs/brew facilities and expects them to meet all those demands at one time for less than what I think an IT professional is getting paid as part of a team of many.
Maybe this is a fake ad put up by Stone.
Rogue said:IT Manager Portland
Skils: PC troubleshooting, database management, software configuration