ABS is seeking to replace staff who left


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    • She left twice. I doubt she will ever return there if it is the same GM.

      Poor people who would join a sinking ship. All they had to do was respect their team members, treat them fairly and they wouldn’t have this glaring retention problem.

      Get replacement for the cause of the problems with employee morale etc. Thst is the replacement needed first. If you’re not willing to fix that problem, spare the Band-Aids. They don’t fix bullet wounds.

    • Aryu just lub white people. Antiguan born wha? Sharon nuh know a ting about Antigua and Antiguans don’t know her either. She just happened to be born here but Sharon don’t care about Antigua.

      • Obviously yu don’t know Sharon Miller-Tazewell at all. She not white. You need glasses? She brown, and in the US and Canada she is called “a Black woman”. Her mother, a woman of colour, has deep ancestor roots in Africa, India, and the Caribbean (Trinidad). Her father is the Rev. Terry Miller, known to Antiguans for his over 40 years of Sharon Gospel Hour broadcasting on ZDK, as well as a couple years on ABS-TV. The family lived here for many years, and return regularly on visits. Ms. Miller-Tazewell was born at Holberton Hospital and has walked with an Antiguan passport from then to now. The Miller family lived on Edward Street in St. John’s in a typical small Antiguan home among the common people. Yes, she has lived in various countries and made her career as an anchor for CBS, ABC, and NBC stations. She and her family has a home here in Antigua in the Jennings Extension, and is a landowner. (Her older brother, who is adopted, ran for Antigua and Barbuda in the Olympics several years ago.) She is the mother of three, and all three are Black, much darker than her, and her husband is a Black man whose family is descended from slaves in the Carolinas. Is that Black enough for you??? The woman has been a loyal Antiguan since birth, and never passes up an opportunity to promote Antigua. Maybe you should get to know her.

  1. Ironically, many organizations tend to take one step forward & several steps backward because of the poor & bad decisions made towards their staff…. They allow nepotism, favourtism and lack of professionalism etc etc to usually infest the organization, resulting good employees to be overlooked…. It is really sad to say that bad managers always the cause for good employees to leave their establishments…..

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