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  • lawaco34 lawaco34 Nov 23, 2005 1:32 PM Flag

    Insight To CEO

    I read Radha Basu as being more interested in doing a head trip on Mount Everest and coping with stress than doing a hands on management of Support Soft.
    No use asking empolyees about company management. All they worry about is wages and benifits. That's why they are employees not management.

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    • "No use asking empolyees about company management. All they worry about is wages and benifits."

      That generalization is not true for most SPRT employees. There is a very strong customer commitment at worker level. Its easily proved, just ask customers who have seen guys and girls work above and beyond, all too frequently. Its plain wrong to suggest employees don't worry about more than themselves.

      As to mountain climbing: whenever something goes wrong, its just natural to fire the sherpas, right? Climb the wrong mountain, fire 10% of the sherpas. Don't worry if you slip on the ice, the sherpas will catch you, THEN you can fire them. Sadly, there have been real parallels within SPRT of this kind of management mentality.

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      • It�s pointless to ask employees to pick or rank a CEO.
        A recent article below.

        SupportSoft Honored as One of Top Workplaces in Atlantic Canada
        Ranks Fifth in Progress Magazine's Annual Top Ten List
        Redwood City, CA, May 4, 2005 � SupportSoft (NASDAQ: SPRT), a leading provider of Real-Time Service Management (RTSM�) software, today announced it has been recognized by Progress magazine, Atlantic Canada's largest-read business magazine, as one of the "Best Companies to Work For" in its annual rating. SupportSoft ranked fifth on the top ten list of Atlantic Canadian companies published in the magazine's May issue, which investigated the companies' work environment using employee survey participation.


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