FirstCuts31 – Accepting the Plantation

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Gone are my struggles with ASCII files that Microsoft Outlook would mangle into an unrecognizable melange.

Now, there’s a magazine-like interface that allows a user to read through the ezine much as they would a paper periodical.

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Here is a short excerpt.  Also, I welcome any comments you may have here on the blog.

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Accepting the Plantation

One of the gifts that expats bring to a job in our region is a view of what it would be like to work in an environment that’s free of the tragic history that plagues the Caribbean workplace.

Expats remind those of us who work in the region that our workplace is a unique one that’s been unable to escape its past. It’s uniqueness comes from the fact that it’s the only workplace in the world that remains staffed by a majority of citizens whose ancestors were brought to the region as slaves or indentured servants.

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