Pretty mean-spirited review. "SpaghettiOs?" And the description of the oyster dish was also unfair; when it arrived at our table, it was a nice portion. (The description of the braised beef "goulash," though, was spot on.) Our dessert - the roasted strawberries and ricotta cake - was incredibly delicious. We had a good service experience, as well. Overall, we had a nice time and would go back, but I do think they need to adjust the portion sizes on some of the dishes, if just to make more sense with the pricing.
I suspect that figure includes a variety of costs including a) trade advertisements announcing the position; b) the use of a search firm to help craft the job description/announcement, screen candidate applications (and possibly conduct preliminary phone interviews), and make recommendations for in-person interviews, c) travel costs for candidates to travel to and from Charleston for interviews (some applicants will possibly come for more than one interview), and d) other assorted costs associated with a search (staff time for the interview process, etc.). It's usually very expensive to hire someone for an upper-level position. That's why the decision to remove someone from such a position needs to be carefully considered.
Best of luck with your continuing recovery. Your writing about the Fun Home/legislature controversy has been excellent and important, and I look forward to much more of the same. And your bravery is inspirational. Be well!
It amazes me how quickly people will believe what they think they see on TV.
That's what's really important, gfryesc. Thanks for raising our awareness of this pressing alphabetological issue.
Nice job, Rob!
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