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Frustration

Moderator: John

Re: Frustration

Postby brobronek » 23 May 2016, 17:29

paperjohn wrote:lols all the directors and board members should just step down and promote you guys right?


i personally do not deserve any kind of promotion right now. So in that point I disagree with you.
however, getting rid of all the old guys would be a big step forward. They can easily be replaced by strong, motivated, sharp young Taiwanese dude with at least some knowledge of international business/ culture. There are plenty of lads that deserve a chance.
These same old guys who pretend to know french culture because they passed a week there, pretend and believe to know German culture because they had a booth in Frankfurt, and so on .
so yeah, i completely agree with you on the fact that we need some refurbishment at the office.
that would be soooo helpful FOR THE SUCCESS OF THE COMPANY.
"work for free or for full price ... never for cheap"
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