MadisonWannabe Wrote:
Nov 29, 2012 8:17 AM
Perhaps I should not have said "can't be removed". The process is so difficult as to be nearly impossible. It is complicated by the fact that supervisors are not held accountable to any degree either. The process is much swifter in non union private sector work where a non performing employee is essentially replaced by the customer. In essence, prices are driven up by laziness, inefficiency, and sloppiness. A rude uncaring employee will also send the customer down the road. These people seem to settle in jobs where a union protects them. This is usually in government where their is no direct and immediate repercussions for their actions. It is also why, for example, that some large cities are paying teachers to not teach ..............