Will the Executive Team address what is going to happen with the Santa Ana office? Dave Goff continues to assure us that ECMC will keep the office open. But with the lease agreement ending early 2019, no new property evaluations happening; is that realist?
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Never trust a CIO with a tan.
It would appear that the natives in Santa Ana, CA are getting restless and are no longer buying into Dave's propaganda, something we never bought into. Slow learners.
Have you taken a look at MB? He doesn’t appear to be all that jovial since his one on one with DG!
What do they know that the rest of us just keep speculating about?
It doesn’t take take trained monkey to notice the shift in Mr. Goff’s demeanor since his return from the board meeting. He reeks of negativity. Someone needs to wipe the scowl off of his face.
The amount of debt that ECMC aquired to collect for profit, far exceeds what was put into Zenith. Sharing a bed with the DOE has it’s advantages. ECMC for the win!
Someone has to suffer for the HUGE loss of cash the Zenith Education experiment cost the company.
If you have to ask, look no further than the company summer outings for all three locations.
Santa Ana gets to take a lunch just like every other day.
Is it cost efficient for the business to keep that site indefinitely? What is the financial cost/benefit? That's the question that needs to be asked. The answer will dictate what happens next (relocation, reassignments, layoffs, reorgs, etc.).