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UPDATE: Company Lifts American Flag Ban


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Hey John, Let's look at it another way. Schrempf's policy may achieved its goal. The employees are probably united...... against him. And, I'll bet that butt wipe Bullard is held in high esteem.
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Company Lifts American Flag Ban[A href='http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/aponline/20010917/aponline133441_000.htm']http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/aponline/20010917/aponline133441_000.htm[/a]
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If the best they can do is to say: "We missed that the governor had requested that people be allowed to fly the flag," Bullard said." they still have a long, long way to go in my opinion.
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You know guys, there have been draft dodgers,flag burns and even a draft dodger president who wore his pants knee high, all with support of the liberal camp, we're in hurts as a nation now, but like Gorden Sinclair from Canada stated of his neibors to the south in 75, America will rise through this. To those of you who see yourselfs as liberals,please do a serious look at the overall agenda of that movment,all things of it are not bad in themselfs as all is not rightous on the other end. I have in my life time been in both camps. NCCI, like many others in our country,need a change of heart, a reality check. MPH
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Did anyone else get one of these in response to their emails? As if we didn't know -- the Internet does influence people... -------------------------------- Subj: NCCI Changes Position, Gives Employees American Flags Date: 9/21/01 5:39:21 PM Eastern Daylight Time From: Web_Master@ncci.com To: kent@simpletractors.com Thank you for contacting us recently. We appreciate your comments. In case you didn't see our statement that we issued on Monday, September 17, 2001, we've included the text of that statement below: NCCI Changes Position, Gives Employees American Flags September 17, 2001 (Boca Raton, FL) NCCI Holdings, Inc., today announced that it has changed its position on flags in its workplace and offered any employees who wanted them American flags and red-white-and-blue lapel ribbons as they entered the workplace this morning. President & CEO Bill Schrempf said he was meeting with employees this morning to explain the company's change and apologize for not permitting them to display the American flag on Friday during the National Day of Prayer and Remembrance. In announcing the change, Schrempf indicated that NCCI's senior management team met over the weekend and decided to reverse the company's longstanding position, which had been intended to protect employees. This morning, the company took the following actions concerning the display of the American flag by its employees: 1. Any interested employee can display an American flag on their desktop. Flags will be provided for this purpose, if employees would like to have one to display. 2. Red, white & blue lapel remembrance ribbons are being provided for those who want to wear them. NCCI, a shared-services organization serving the workers compensation industry, offers a comprehensive array of products and services that enable insurers and other stakeholders to access and use workers compensation data to establish accurate loss costs, calculate experience rating modifications, manage residual market mechanisms and reduce overall costs. --
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Kent, I haven't received a response to my email yet. I sent mine to "Customer Service" and only asked for confirmation of what was reported. What did you say, and to who..?
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I have not recieved a reply from them yet either. Thank you Herb for posting that and the many other posts this past 10 days, the more I read on this site the more I want to come down for a Club picnic sometime..MPH
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Got my response today. ---------------------------- Thank you for contacting us recently. We appreciate your comments. In case you didn't see our statement that we issued on Monday, September 17, 2001, we've included the text of that statement below: NCCI Changes Position, Gives Employees American Flags September 17, 2001 (Boca Raton, FL) NCCI Holdings, Inc., today announced that it has changed its position on flags in its workplace and offered any employees who wanted them American flags and red-white-and-blue lapel ribbons as they entered the workplace this morning. President & CEO Bill Schrempf said he was meeting with employees this morning to explain the company's change and apologize for not permitting them to display the American flag on Friday during the National Day of Prayer and Remembrance. In announcing the change, Schrempf indicated that NCCI's senior management team met over the weekend and decided to reverse the company's longstanding position, which had been intended to protect employees. This morning, the company took the following actions concerning the display of the American flag by its employees: 1. Any interested employee can display an American flag on their desktop. Flags will be provided for this purpose, if employees would like to have one to display. 2. Red, white & blue lapel remembrance ribbons are being provided for those who want to wear them. NCCI, a shared-services organization serving the workers compensation industry, offers a comprehensive array of products and services that enable insurers and other stakeholders to access and use workers compensation data to establish accurate loss costs, calculate experience rating modifications, manage residual market mechanisms and reduce overall costs. ----------------------------
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They must have done a mass e-mail respond, I got one this morning like Herbs and my son forwarded the one he got to me now, same thing. Be interesting to know how many hits they got on that..MPH
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