From the Execupundit blog which I regularly enjoy, the advice below for how to complain to a business about poor quality, service or value for money, was published a week or so ago. It was particularly timely as a work colleague had earlier been bemoaning the fact that he wasn’t able to complain anonymously about […]
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In the past, I’ve referenced the excellent Execupundit.com website – one of my favourite daily reads. This is another beautiful post from a few days ago. Very apt for the situation we find ourselves in these days. The Silence The scoundrels are understandable. We know they’re weasels. But why don’t otherwise good people protest an […]
With thanks to the Execupundit, I loved this Quote of the Day for Saturday, January 17th: The character that takes command in moments of crucial choices has already been determined by a thousand other choices made earlier in seemingly unimportant moments. It has been determined by all the “little” choices of the past – by […]
There’s been some coverage recently of the banking unions calls for the Irish banks not to “fall into the hands” of private equity investors. Obviously, with headlines like “Unions fears 3500 job losses” you can see why they might be worried. While private equity funds have a “slash and burn” reputation – coming in and […]