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Yam Yam

Yam Yam

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  • Comment on: Former RMJM employee loses constructive dismissal claim

    Yam Yam's comment 20-Sep-2012 11:45 pm

    An email to staff bragging about a victory against an ex-staffer who, like the rest of us, went through months and months of absolute torture, absurdity and turmoil before saying enough is enough, RMJM won't get any more out of me... It defies belief. The Forbes article published the other day "War Rooms and Bunkers: An Interview with RMJM CEO Peter Morrison" also defies belief...the mindset of the people running RMJM at the minute needs to be properly even call your reducing offices around the world your "War Rooms" is just buffoonery of the highest order - completely the opposite of what they should be calling the places where hard working, honest people slave away to keep the sinking ship afloat. It's become a warped reality game to these people and this email to the staff hanging on by their fingernails is absolutely evidence of that. To brag in an email about a win over someone who was so respected by the staff will do nothing but make the staff even more angry!! And then he thanks them for their support!!! Oh the irony. The Bunker... It confirms what everyone who has ever been touched by the RMJM brush thought - Peter and Declan are so far removed from reality that they have absolutely no concept of what their staff are going through, nor do they seem to realise the massive damage they do to RMJM with every single article or statement published. Better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool, than to open it and remove all doubt. Incredible. Yet...not so much anymore.

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