Janet (j4) wrote,

Gathers no boss

This morning I had a meeting with the Director in which he confirmed all the things I knew that I wasn't officially supposed to know, and I reassured him that all the information I wasn't officially supposed to know was getting trickled down to me via my line-manager. He also confirmed that the process of change which is currently being implemented will change things, and that until that happens things are unlikely to change.

So that's all okay then.

The problem, though, is that we won't really know how things are going to change until the people we're hiring to tell us what we already know have told us what we already know. (There's also a parallel process involving transferring people from one location on a map to the same location on a map by moving them in a circle that's so small it's nearly indistinguishable from a point, and that might effect some change slightly sooner, but it's hard to tell.) In the meantime, though, it's back to sitting and waiting.

You might not think it from this post, but I really do like this job, most of the time.
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