The Tuesday Tidbit April 27, 2021

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Ron K.
3 months agoApril 27, 2021
Have to disagree that the former employee shouldn't be charged with a crime.  The person that initiated the fraud and received unjust enrichment is the former employee.  As I understand the story, he was employed, and left without telling anyone.  The act of quitting and not telling someone isn't a crime - but receiving and accepting the pay (to the tune of about $650K) is significant theft and the matter should be prosecuted.  Admittedly, how it happened, and the duration for which it did does not reflect well on the government hospital for sure.
Noah
3 months agoApril 27, 2021
Hi Ron! You're right! As I said in the video, "They're looking at charging this guy criminally, but what's more criminal..." I agree, what he did was still theft. I'm being a bit facetious here.
Paul Foster
3 months agoApril 27, 2021
" il pesce marcisce dalla testa in giu" - was how my Italian client explained it - the fish rots from the head down. The manager owns the stink on this one.
Noah
3 months agoApril 27, 2021
:-) !!
Sanjay
3 months agoApril 27, 2021
"Own the stink" should be the next "Embrace the suck"
Ed Cornies
3 months agoApril 27, 2021
To be meaningful,  KPIs need to be formulated in collaboration with the employees affected. This can be contentious.  Evaluating performance against the indicators in a rigorous way can also be difficult and controversial leading to poor management/staff relations.
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