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    Following Guidelines

    As far as the uncertainty of how to deal with this, we've got to remember that this virus has properties not seen before, from the long incubation period to the sometimes long-lasting after effects, to the effects on multiple systems of the body. The scientists are having to learn as they go...
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    The New Face to the Customer

    One could say, "Are you hiring?"
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    The Updated Job Interview

    These days, facts are whichever ones get the most likes on Facebork.
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    The Updated Job Interview

    Do you have a staffer who's qualified to ask pertinent questions?
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    Prepress Job Interview

    Oh, come on. Everybody knows you don't have to know stuff like that to be a manager. :>
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    Buying Local

    Of course, the customer has to wait longer for their product, but boy, the savings I got cutting employees.
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    At the Printshop

    Ah, yes. Fond memories of working at one of those (I was not part of the family). The owner couple would come back from lunch, both in a foul mood from an argument, just looking for something to vent their anger on.
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    Employee Input

    Who probably gets a kickback from the company who gets the sale.....
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    Xerox 700i Dots/Damage to Black Drum

    The only thing I can think of is that you got some bad drums or there is still some dirt in there marking up the drums over time. There was a problem with another model last year with bad drums. We even got a couple of empty toners that were supposedly brand new. Xerox suppliers seem to be...
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    The Competition

    I hope the bad printing isn't due to broken down equipment, or these guys just got taken.
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    Fixing Files

    If you could fix them, why didn't you do it before you sent them in the first place? This could turn into the never ending thread. :>
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    Fixing Files

    "Well, so-and-so printer never had trouble with my files."
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    Fixing Files

    I wish this was true. Any place I've worked they don't even charge just to keep the customer.
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    Customer First

    If I'm talking to the customer, I'll explain that sometimes it costs less to outsource, then give them the spiel about getting the best price for the customer.
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    Selling Automation in 2020

    No, the best thing is that maybe you can cut a few employees and put more money in your pocket.
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    We Don’t Preflight

    If you do explain what's wrong and how to change it, they still won't do it next time.
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    We Don’t Preflight

    They charged you to fix them? I never got to work for a printer like that.
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    We Don’t Preflight

    Besides, you said your previous printer never had a problem with your files, so we assume they must be perfect.
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    Demotivated

    Some of it did look bad if you used the cheaper kind of paper in the machine. I remember some that made the type actually fuzzy, and another that was almost like a plastic finish that kept the lettering very crisp. I believe that one was branded ZRC.
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    Demotivated

    Compugraphic - blast from the past. I started out on a Comp IV.

What's In Your Warehouse

What's In Your Warehouse? Are You Sure?
In an average week you process what, 50 jobs?100? 150? 200? Let’s say about half of each job hits the mail or goes out to the customer. The rest goes to shelves in your warehouse so it’s ready when the client needs it. Juggling all this—and making money from it— requires Link to Article

 
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