Yes, quite. That's why it's in the individual's own best interest to both initially find out how to use their PDR, then subsequently keep it up to date.PoisonDwarf said:Who needs a PDR anyway? When I get out I'll just go to the job interview with my 108. That will succinctly sum up my whole raft of personal qualities, technical skills, people skills, logistics and personnel experience, management abilities and project work. All in about 12 words or however bloody long it is.
Er, yes, I'm being sarcastic
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