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08/13/2013

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Randy Robertson

Joseph was my student in the 80's at Deming High School. He had a huge amount of drive then and it is great to see he has continued down that road!

Carolyn Banks

I am a native New Mexican and understand your frustration with our work force. Having taken Business Management classes not long ago, and having supervised employees before that, I might offer some insight to you. One of the least motivators for employees is compensation. They are more receptive to recognition from their peers and/or management. Small tokens of appreciation are also more important to them. Perhaps you could come up with a different reward system for current and potential employees, like a day off for better performing employees, like those who always show up for work on time.

Anna Quarrell

Maybe if Joseph would sit back and look at his records with hiring. This man was a bully. His treatment to his employees was beyond bad. He screamed he belittled people on a daily basis..How do I know this? I worked there. I had many co workers there leave in tears....Boo Hoo..Joseph!!! Its called Karma!

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Milan Simonich writes about New Mexico politics and government from the Santa Fe Bureau for the Texas-New Mexico Newspapers Partnership.

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