How did it come about that today in this company it is better for mediocrities than for people who are experts at their work? It seems to me that it used to be much harder to get a job here in the past.
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Did you mean to say 'scraping'?
Is this yet another example of the really poor spelling skills from L3H employees?
So glad I left.
Everyone in the industry knows the terrible reputation l3 has. They are scrapping the bottom of the barrel because nobody worth anything will apply.
You cannot be shocked by mediocrity anymore. It's now the accepted (and highly rewarded) standard. Look at the current leadership of the company and the country.
11/9/12, Forbes Magazine:
*Kubasik was set to become Lockheed’s chief executive in January, replacing incumbent Robert Stevens. But an internal investigation revealed an improper relationship with a female employee, which led to the board asking and receiving Kubasik’s resignation immediately.
*"I exaggerate when I'm angry, but I've never gone around telling people things that aren't true about me."
- Joe Biden
Don't forget those highly skilled and "essential" baristas and cashiers now working for L3H.
The "how" is a simple answer to your question: TEMPS