Thread: New Guy Letter

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    Question New Guy Letter

    Someone in our department commented on a letter that they read about advis to the new guy or something similar. If antone has a copy or related material, please forward it to me. We are having a little difficulties with our rokkies. They think that the firefighters and officers owe them something. They also come into the station with a big chip on their shoulders.

    Im looking for some advise on how to handle them see as how the senior men and officers do not want to rock the boat.

    Thanks

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    Now George when you read this go easy on this guy for the spelling. I know you will have something to say
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    oh boy!...I smell a thrashing! LOL... Do a search.......for new guy advice or rookies.....
    09-11 .. 343 "All Gave Some..Some Gave ALL" God Bless..R.I.P.
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    Watch out we had a letter like that floating around.Someone didn't think it was too funny took it to city hall and it turned into a harrassment issue. Just some advice don't put it on paper and post it in the stations.

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    Sometimes all it takes is a good old fashion BLANKET PARTY to straighten a lost and confused cub right out!

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