When we refer to 'assets' in an organisation, it's not only the physical ones like office building, furnitures etc. In fact, employees are commonly identified as the most valuable assets any organisation can have.
When 'valuable' employee decided to quit, it should normally set alarm bell ringing. Either something is wrong with him/her, or something is not right with the present working environment, right?
If that's the case, how about when few good ones quit? A few holding senior positions? In a period of less than a year? Common sense will tell us that something MUST be seriously wrong with someone at the top in this particular national sports association.
To top it off, I heard that several complaints have been lodged with the industrial employees department. The latest was by an experience clerk who was demoted to become a receptionist.
I heard latest romours that an 'ex-uniformed body' guy, who has wide experience in the 'Area A,' will be drafted in - not to help strengthen the 'Area A' department - but to be the new officer for 'Area Z'. This last one is just a rumour, I have no confirmation whatsoever. But if that's the truth, this will be the best example of 'cronyism at play.'
Whatever it is, I wonder what the top brass are doing. They just close one eye and pretend they don't know anything or they honestly don't know because they never pay any attention to whats been going on.
Or maybe, no one really cares? Scary, man!