The government house.
An institution which always gets financial backing even in times where there is no vision, no growth, no direction and no profit. Relying strictly on hand outs this institution has no equal. Harvard Business School disclosed recently that even today they cannot determine what makes this business so successful but yet the public shareholders find themselves in some way always purchasing shares through the financial arm, the tax receiver. This company is not even listed as a public company but yet the public flock to the doors of the tax offices to throw their earnings at the ever present cashiers. Where would one find any non-listed company setting deadlines for the hard working public to buy shares into a non-profit making scheme? Where would one find a company jailing the puiblic if they decided not to buy these compulsory shares?
Employees of this establishment are usually fiercely loyal to top management, often vertigo been the only obstacle in their climb up the corporate ladder. Once per year the employee is allowed to decide his or her own salary and before management agree to the terms employees are allowed to rest at home and yes, even in some cases are allowed to take to the streets to throw stones at and rob their shareholders. This is a company which has the barest of rules but yet remains afloat even without any form of effective management which in some cases is the only rule.
The Haitan government we believe is one of the larger more successful international companies. Escom and the SABC in South Africa are two well known, very well run companies. The South African government has even supplied housing to an ex-Haitan governor in their bid to obtain large international exposure.
HR management in most of these companies is supplied at a nominal fee. HR, more commonly known as the Worker’s Union are in step with the latest laws and their legal advisors very seldom lose any court battles.
It is with regret however that I cannot join this company. I feel that it is more compelling to remain their humble servant, a shareholder.