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To Dig or Preserve
#71
Folks can indeed be paid (by their employers) to offer their professional expertise to volunteer organisations. That way the pro doesn't have to choose between family and earning when looking for spare time, and the volunteer group gets "free" expertise, but the bosses have to be willing to donate. Perversely, the tricky part about this happening in the Public Sector is that plenty of taxpayers will moan that they jolly well expect "Their" salaried archaeologists to be in the office doing the core job every day of the week! Can't win for losing...
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#72
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#73
Quote: Perversely, the tricky part about this happening in the Public Sector is that plenty of taxpayers will moan that they jolly well expect "Their" salaried archaeologists to be in the office doing the core job every day of the week! Can't win for losing...
what core job does the public sector do that involves field archaeology. These smr jockeys are all over the so called community volunteer "sector", making out that its part of their core jobs worth. I doubt they let any volunteers near deciding if a little old lady needs the attention of a hairy arsed archaeologist or hanging round their smr filing cabinet.

Whats possibly more to the point is in most other industries if you were caught moonlighting you would be fired.
Reason: your past is my past
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#74
Unitof1 Wrote:Whats possibly more to the point is in most other industries if you were caught moonlighting you would be fired.

Only if you were being paid for it. Oh and as a volunteer I have hung around "SMR filing cabinets" or rather computers.
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