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Openreach Leaderless

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Openreach Leaderless

My old mate Joe Garner is jumping ship at BT OpenReach. He's going back to be a banker.
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Re: Openreach Leaderless

Would that be a "Merchant Banker"?  Wink
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Re: Openreach Leaderless

Not at Nationwide
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Re: Openreach Leaderless

Collective noun is "Wunch",  as in a wunch of...
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Re: Openreach Leaderless

Why do management "step down" while the rest of us simply resign?
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Re: Openreach Leaderless

Because "step down" sounds a bit better than "run away".

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Re: Openreach Leaderless

Because they are on a pedestal unlike the rest of us plebs  Grin
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Re: Openreach Leaderless

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Because "step down" sounds a bit better then "run away".

Or 'pushed off' Wink
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Re: Openreach Leaderless

I wonder who from this Forum we should put forward to step into the vacant position.
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Re: Openreach Leaderless

I vote for nanotm.... because he seems to have the answer to everything.....  Grin Grin Grin
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Re: Openreach Leaderless

Also gets my vote.
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I vote for nanotm.... because he seems to have the answer to everything.....   Grin Grin Grin

careful now... isn't that a personal attack ?Huh
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Re: Openreach Leaderless

No.....
I assume, from your comment, that,.... you don`t vote for anyone, such as local councillors, local m.p.`s , local M.E.P`s  in case someone accuses you of personally attacking them .
The question was posed,...
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I wonder who from this Forum we should put forward to step into the vacant position.


And I was well within the rules of this forum to suggest that I would vote for nanotm, and gave my reasons for doing so... 
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Re: Openreach Leaderless

we both know you were taking a sly dig at that particular forum member.
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Re: Openreach Leaderless

Shutter: Only if you whistle dirty songs while making a recommendation.  Wink
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