Just said No to a job just because it paid more money. That's because I was happy with being paid for quality work at a job that was close to home, with attractive comfortable working conditions, away from the heavy traffic and long daily commute. However, my<quoted text>
Have you ever left a job for another job that paid better?
co-worker and good friend always kept an eye open for an exta dollar; once telling the boss of a better offer and asking that salary be matched; boss said No Way, clean out your desk and go now. To this day my good friend laments over making the wrong decision. But, different strokes for different folks. It great for Springboro employees to leave Springboro schools for a job that pays more-- its just a bit tiring hearing our school superintendent constantly lament that unless we pay constantly increasing salaries/compensation beneifts package deals to our already well paid staff, that we are going to lose these quality experienced administrators and teachers..... and we all know what that means.... the danger of BRAIN DRAIN throughout our community with our children's future at risk and our
property values sinking .... way down low in the Boro. Good Golly Miss Molly! whole lot of brain drain going on!