Solomon islands health official defends operating system
'What have you done?'
The message was seen by many of the workers. But their bosses did not listen. Instead of calli시흥출장샵ng the police, they called a meeting of the board. The managers agreed to provide access to the employees in order to try and make up for what they deemed an inadequate management system.
With one member of the board, former Health Minister John Williams, among those present at the meeting, a decision was made on October 26th to fire the chief health officer, Dr. Michael Moore, according to the employee's testimony.
Then came the next hurdle.
After reviewing the complaints made by the worker's union, a decision was made by the board that they could no longer fire Moore. After much back and forth on what should happen to Moore, the board decided that he had to go.
A full two weeks later, the workers, many with serious disabilities, walked out, accordin수원출장샵g to the whistleblower testimony of another employee of the hospital, Thomas, who was laid off from her position in late October. Thomas works in a field at the hospital, but is also covered by the Workers' Compensation Fund.
Thomas said that while there was some anger about Moore's firing, she found that the board had a very good reason for it. In the memo, they argued that Moore's management was deficient because he was a "manager in the same company" as the health care workers, according to her testimony.
But Thomas still wonders, "What have you done?" to her fellow employees.
She said, "They're saying to us, 'You are not being taken seriously. And we don't care whether this doctor's a doctor or not' because this guy's got all these guns and guns he can use against us, but we can't stand up to him.' "
The other woman who also spoke with QMI Agency said she was told, "You are just like the people we've fired and are leaving, like everybody else, just like you."
While the 예스 카지노workers are still waiting for compensation, Dr. Moore said that he's trying to keep his job and keep his company afloat. And he's getting his workers' benefits too.
In a statement sent to QMI Agency, the hospital says it's "devastated" by the health care workers' decision to walk out on November 1, citing an "overwhelming majority of the health care workers" who participated in the meeting. "With a ver