My advice to the new CEO is to start asking better questions of your next level of management. You do not know what is going on. You do not know the level of discontent. In NY alone there is great mistrust, not just of the French managers but they are the worst.The changes that they have taken years to make are seriously flawed. I feel sorry for my friends there as this company lost from what can see. Some very good people have left and there will be more
New CEO passed on asking 'tough' questions the day he started. It's all about the Street and meeting short term expectations. Allegedly Mirzayants missed out on top job twice and is now re-positioning himself for when Tough leaves. Don't expect morale to improve anytime soon, not in this economic climate.
Is that a serious question??? Only now this is being brought to anyone's attention. Really? Heads in clouds or sand you pick. This is very old news. Ask around. Will have to do it with a silent ballot, as you do not want to be next to get the axe.
Sounds serious to me. We all know very well this has been the case por some time. Regrettably its got worse. The CEO is blind to their games and now they lap dogs who agree with their every word. Morale has never been so low. They rely on there being few jobs in market but almost everyone is looking