People often complain that in recent years they have had more managers than hot dinners. Well, it's not a new thing...
On my first day as a permanent employee I had 4 managers:
My offer letter said my Manager would be Jim Jerwood
Later I was told it would be Audrey white.
When I arrived in the office I was met by acting manager Pete Walley
since my real manager was on vacation.
I can't remember who the real manager was: Rob somebody, quite a large man
with black hair and black glasses.
Anyone who worked in WTAAS in the late 70's care to remind me?