The counter-offer


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– “Hello, may please speak with Sarah?”
– “Hi, Mike? This is Sarah. How are you?”
– “I am doing well. There is something I need to talk to you about”
– “Is this regarding my offer?”
– “Yes, I want to thank you for the time you spent interviewing me. I had a wonderful time, and I was really interested. Look, this is not an easy decision for me, but I think I need to refuse. I received another offer, and I think I am going to take that …”
– “I am sorry to hear that Mike, but maybe if you tell me if there is a way I can make my offer more interesting to you? May I know what other offer you have received?”
– “Yes, it is from Lucy”
– “So, I think I offered 3 nights a week of sex, if I made it 4, would you reconsider?”
– “To be honest Sarah, Lucy already offer 4 plus a blow-job, plus she said I don’t have to wash dishes, ever.”
– “I see, but what about the bonus? You know that with me at Christmas you get to choose what we do every year. And I think you have lots of advancement options. If you perform well I can see that in six months we might go up to at least 5 sex nights a week.”
– “Yes, but there are other factors, you see, she lives close to the school where my son goes, and it would be easier for me when I sleep at her place to take him to school in the morning”.
– “I understand Mike, I am sorry there is nothing I can do about that. Well, if things should not work out well with Lucy, give me a call back.”
– “Of course I will, Sarah, I am sorry, but I am sure you will find the perfect candidate.”
– “Ok, thank you, take care.”
– “Take care, Sarah”

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It’s not you, it’s me, aka the resignation letter


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Mike Jones
10 Main Road Road
Anytown, AW 13579
Phone: 123-456-7890
jones@F&SYou.com

To: Joyce Brown
Senior Partner
The F&SYou Company
22 Court St.
Anytown, AW 13579

Dear Joyce,

Please accept this letter as notice of my resignation from my position as associate lawyer at your law firm.

It has been a pleasure working with Continue reading It’s not you, it’s me, aka the resignation letter

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The Interview


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– “Good morning”

– “Good Morning Christian. Would you like a coffee or something to drink.”

– “I am fine, thank you”.

– “Should we start?”

– “Sure, thank you”

– “I see on your resume that your last relationship lasted for three years. Why did it end?”

– “Charlotte was moving from Seattle to Toronto, so I had to relocate, but since we were not married I would have lost my health benefits, so I decided to move on.”

– “Very good. I see that you have experience with several races. You have been with white women, hispanic, and also Asian. Any experience with black women?”

Continue reading The Interview

The resignation letter


Dear Cynthia:

I am writing to inform you that I will be leaving the Smith-Brown family next month. Although I have enjoyed living with you, personal reasons necessitate that I vacate my position and focus on improving my personal situation.

My final day will be July 1st. Despite having to leave, I deeply appreciate the opportunities you’ve provided with me during my time as Continue reading The resignation letter