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My Last Entry Is Worth Repeating

The BN FB page has almost 7,000 followers...and its posts often discuss workplace issues that impact "quality" employees. The tough stuff is addressed, but the overwhelming attitude involves keeping our company alive. Even in difficult times, everyone maintains a positive attitude. Perhaps there's a reason that BNFB is so successful, while BNLJ caters to nothing but spiderwebs.

Quick show of (anonymous) hands: who is left here?

Ya'all haven't posted anything new since October 14.' and its been over a YEAR since anyone posted a solid community topic - aside from myself, of course.

Seriously, folks - just like North Koreans who swim to China to escape the regime - why are you still here? Come to the light! Come join us on the BNFB page. Post whatever you like. Even ole' Smithback has had two public topics deleted (by the MODs) because the forum found my commentary offensive. But everyone is welcome, you anti-corporate shits especially. You just have to be prepared to defend yourselves...and to have the balls to put up with the heat, and to defend yourselves when the overwhelming outcry challenges you.

BNFB is reality.
BNLJ is not.


Apr. 5th, 2015 09:18 pm (UTC)
A request from the administrator.
A request from the administrator.

-Please share the link to this livejournal page on the Barnes & Noble employee group on Facebook.

-I encourage all of you to post at least one question per week on here.

-Please share this livejournal group with management & other co-workers.

-I ask you to email this group to WELISTEN, corporate management & all district managers.

-I encourage everyone to create other employee blogs & social media sites pertaining to work life at Barnes & Noble.

-I encourage all to ignore trolls and create comments & questions that keep this employee blog going.


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