Talk:No call, no show

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This stub is pretty alarmingly written. The voice is a weird cross between that of a Human Resources specialist and someone who was sleeping during junior high school English class. Is this phrase really widely understood in the general parlance? That's what I came to try to find out, but I'm not thrilled about the prospect of trusting this author.

I agree, this does seem to take the POV approach that it is inconsiderate. Perhaps wording it as "Most employers would consider this inconsiderate" would be better? Also there is not a very thorough list of reasons for a no call no show. The part I take most issue with is where it says something like "sometimes the employee is quitting, though doing so inconsiderately." The intention is not necessarily to be insonsiderate, I would think more often than not it is that they are avoiding the awkwardness of quitting and have anxiety over it. If I had a job I hated I would quit pretty vocally I believe, but if it is just a job I do not need anymore and my abrupt absence would not severely harm production then I might just no call no show. Mwv2 (talk) 18:10, 10 June 2008 (UTC)

19 March 2014 AfD[edit]

I've restored the article with additional citations please review before any renomination. This is a specific type of unexcused absence that is a major issue in the workforce. Please contact me for any needed improvements. Cheers! Valoem talk contrib 13:53, 9 April 2014 (UTC)