Question: I work as an exec. assistant in a medium-sized business. Given my computer knowledge, I was assigned the responsibility of helping to maintain our company's ever-expanding Web site, which details our company's history, current events, newsletter, etc. We began this project 3 years into my employment with the company and at that time, hired an outside consultant who runs her own Web site-development company here in town to help me.
She and I grew close, and I considered her a co-worker in all aspects of the word, even though she worked in a consultant role for my bosses and wasn't technically an onsite employee. We e-mailed back and forth every so often every week for several years, and the site grew to be the best it had been in a long time. Her areas of expertise lay in the artistic-design area of Web site design, and any technical issues were passed on to her Web site admin host, who ...(register to read more)