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Comment on Expats & Seabury Consulting are the flavours of AJ by Ahmad

Posted: 23 Aug 2013 10:59 PM PDT

Why is the recently appointed Spin Doctor (Dato’ Najmudin) so quiet? He should be spinning to help his boss AJ on the necessity to appoint the 8 Hollywood/Bollywood Stars against the local. Another gaji buta in MAS?

MAS must properly scrutinise all future appointments especially on the important posts like Commercial Director, Network and Revenue, Customer Service and also the Spin Doctor. MAS cannot leave the appointment to such clueless AJ or any CEO. It must be done by a properly constituted committee with credible people. MAS cannot afford to recruit the gaji buta.

Comment on Expats & Seabury Consulting are the flavours of AJ by Shah MAS

Posted: 23 Aug 2013 09:59 PM PDT

Correct! Correct! Correct! MAS does not need those low cost mentalities to head the important department in MAS especially the Commercial section. The appointment of Seabury Consulting is a living proof that Dr Hugh Dunleavy and those reporting to him are just baggages for MAS to carry. That’s why the staffs do not get bonuses because MAS had to pay expats millions every month. Just imagine that low cost minded Dunleavy is paid RM100,000 per month and at the same time he needs Seabury Consulting to think for him. Dunleavy, aren’t you ashamed of yourself? Most probably not because your salary and perks will make you to be shameless.

Comment on Expats & Seabury Consulting are the flavours of AJ by Zaidi

Posted: 23 Aug 2013 09:34 PM PDT

You are absolutely right that AJ is a good friend of the Pariah. That’s why Azhari Dahlan was unshakeable in MAS Engineering. The staffs in the engineering side must keep an eye on that Botak and track his moment especially on the contract on the service and maintenance of AirAsia aircraft.

AJ is still keeping quiet on the appointment on Seabury Consulting. We now know that it is true that Seabury was appointed to think for the 8 foreign gaji buta idiots and another gaji buta AJ.

Khazanah must check on the appointment of these idiots. We believe that there were no proper interviews to recruit them. Their appointment smell a rat.

We really hope that by September the clueless AJ will leave MAS together with the 8,

Comment on Expats & Seabury Consulting are the flavours of AJ by Prihatin

Posted: 23 Aug 2013 06:33 PM PDT

Its now becoming a glaring trend in MAS when new bosses took over and using well maybe creative accounting recognised as much losses as possible (with maximum provision etc) and blame this losses to previous management.
These earlier provision will be reversed back together with other creative accounting treatments and generating non core business income (asset stripping etc) when time is needed to show good numbers especially when contract is about to expire. This need to be stopped.

MAS will never recover if there is no honesty, no respect among top management and staff and no internal skills to steer the company. Rather than using all the CONsultants to think for them and hiring all foreigners, these people are only interested in looking after their pockets. If they screwed up, well they will be fired but already pocketed big bucks. The existing staff of MAS will continue to suffer with low bonus and increment due to this wrong strategy.

Throw away all your ego…its high time to accept old mistakes..please call back all old talented guards when MAS was flying high. Now they are working for SIA, Emirates, AA etc. its better to pay these people than those mat salleh and consultants. the worst thing that could happen when talented employees left your company and work for your competitors as they know what are your strengths and weaknesses and strategise their gameplan to bury you.Those talented team who have been with MAS but resigned and joined other airlines (due to unhappiness with old management, too much inside politicking) will definitely love to come back to serve MAS if the working environment they previously enjoyed is there and management recognised their talents.
Simple recipe but very hard to follow if the word E.G.O still exist.

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