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FFS! Don't know whether to laugh or cry. It is a sorry state of affairs, the Island can't keep supposedly top drawer talented administrators. Again it will cost a fortune recruiting another top civil servant, both salary and the recruitment process. I'm afraid questions will need to be answered. There is more to this than meets the eye. Something has gone drastically wrong - normal people don't leave less than a year into the job.

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I wonder what the pay-off was to keep his mouth shut ? It's anything up to half a million isn't it.....

 

What a bucket of fish this is, after all those jollies to New Zealand and Spain.

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Didn't come back from hols. Makes Min Quayles proud boast look a bit thin. That guy fucked up the back office and there will be loads more to come I'm guessing.

 

Great air miles though

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The PR. does say 'for personal reasons', I think it would be only fair to take his/their word for it for now.

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Well the head hunters who drove David Anderson out as Minister of DHSS on the basis in their opinion that one of their gang could do better, the nominated one Howard Quayle from the gang, who like a puffed out pigeon has been telling us manxies that this new wonder man that was going to lead Howard's team to glory, hasn't lasted long, in fact not only has the wheels come off Howard trolly, but it has crashed straight into the brick wall.

 

The Dept left will now be left for months without a Chief Executive in control, it will take at least a few months to find one, so seeing Howard has been boasting how good his management team was and of course he is, (read the Hansard Transcript when Howard and the CEO were giving evidence to the scrutiny Committee), then as the bull xxxx has been blown afield, its over to Howard to run it now, remember he was one of the traitors who got rid of David Anderson.

 

There was no crisis when David Anderson was in charge and whom was supported by manxies who knew the DHSS inside out, but now, we have more than a crisis, unless you have faith with a boat with Howard as Captain, then man the lifeboats now.

 

From what I have heard and seen, if you need medical treatment in Nobles, find a Hospital in the UK now.

 

Howard in only a few months has spent all the cash, he should fall on his sword now, the quicker he does, the more hope there is of trying to salvage what has been left.

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He had no choice, he was placed in a potion that Howard would not accept reality and professional advice, he wasn't going to have his well earned professional career destroyed by the King of Bull, watch this space, from a meeting more of the top management staff are going, it could be be the top 8 to 12 walking out, not even serving their notice, Howard has made the situation that bad that they can do without being in breach of Contract.

 

Alan Bell has to fire Howard now, by doing so, he maybe able to persuade sum of the top key staff to stay, never mind the number of Consultants who are going, as Howard thought as a Minister he could dictate to them, well even Howard must now realize that being a dictator just doesn't work.

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Well the head hunters who drove David Anderson out as Minister of DHSS on the basis in their opinion that one of their gang could do better, the nominated one Howard Quayle from the gang, who like a puffed out pigeon has been telling us manxies that this new wonder man that was going to lead Howard's team to glory, hasn't lasted long, in fact not only has the wheels come off Howard trolly, but it has crashed straight into the brick wall.

 

The Dept left will now be left for months without a Chief Executive in control, it will take at least a few months to find one, so seeing Howard has been boasting how good his management team was and of course he is, (read the Hansard Transcript when Howard and the CEO were giving evidence to the scrutiny Committee), then as the bull xxxx has been blown afield, its over to Howard to run it now, remember he was one of the traitors who got rid of David Anderson.

 

There was no crisis when David Anderson was in charge and whom was supported by manxies who knew the DHSS inside out, but now, we have more than a crisis, unless you have faith with a boat with Howard as Captain, then man the lifeboats now.

 

From what I have heard and seen, if you need medical treatment in Nobles, find a Hospital in the UK now.

 

Howard in only a few months has spent all the cash, he should fall on his sword now, the quicker he does, the more hope there is of trying to salvage what has been left.

100% spot on.

You reap what you sow in all walks of life and our Gov. in no different.

Some may ask WHY Charters was given the post in the first place and why so many cronies have been brought over to fill posts that were deleted, with large pay outs for those forced out !!"

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Yes personal, Howard Quayle was the person, another wadge of the top team are going to walk, without even working their notice, as Howard's method of management, dictatorship, allows them legally to do so. Top London barrister who specializes in employment law was here last week providing advice to the staff, the cost of constructive dismal could well be millions. They have the evidence on a disk!!!!

 

Belll should fire him now, and Howard should be made to be personally liable for what will be huge settlement figures, but already it is being said the cost which will be kept confidential, a requirement made by guess who.

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He had no choice, he was placed in a potion that Howard would not accept reality and professional advice, he wasn't going to have his well earned professional career destroyed by the King of Bull, watch this space, from a meeting more of the top management staff are going, it could be be the top 8 to 12 walking out, not even serving their notice, Howard has made the situation that bad that they can do without being in breach of Contract.

 

Alan Bell has to fire Howard now, by doing so, he maybe able to persuade sum of the top key staff to stay, never mind the number of Consultants who are going, as Howard thought as a Minister he could dictate to them, well even Howard must now realize that being a dictator just doesn't work.

Nothing worse than being placed in a potion, those pesky witches.

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FFS! Don't know whether to laugh or cry. It is a sorry state of affairs, the Island can't keep supposedly top drawer talented administrators. Again it will cost a fortune recruiting another top civil servant, both salary and the recruitment process. I'm afraid questions will need to be answered. There is more to this than meets the eye. Something has gone drastically wrong - normal people don't leave less than a year into the job.

Who could blame anyone not wanting to work with the bunch of Grade A w@nkers that 'manage' Nobles? It's a bit like being offered the job of manager of Arsenal and subsequently finding out that your team is entirely made up of mentally retarded dwarfs.

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FFS! Don't know whether to laugh or cry. It is a sorry state of affairs, the Island can't keep supposedly top drawer talented administrators. Again it will cost a fortune recruiting another top civil servant, both salary and the recruitment process. I'm afraid questions will need to be answered. There is more to this than meets the eye. Something has gone drastically wrong - normal people don't leave less than a year into the job.

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I wonder to what extent the pensions ---- uncertainty ---- has created a fatally flawed employment environment. After all, went dealt an unwinnable hand it is best to fold as soon as it becomes obvious.

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The Social Affairs Policy Review Commiittee took evidence from this guy on 17 September last year. This was Brenda Cannell's parting comment:

 

http://www.tynwald.org.im/business/hansard/20002020/saprchsc140917.pdf

 

The Caairliagh: Okay.
It just remains then for me to thank all three of you very much for coming in today to our first session with the new Department. There will be many more, I have to warn you, but we try to be fair and balanced and, obviously, we have to issue reports on occasion to Tynwald Court about our feelings about what we have heard or outcomes.
Also, of course, we often suggest improvements, especially within statutory provision. That is something we are very keen on – that Departments have the vires to do what they want to do; and if they have not got the vires woe betide you because this Committee will pick up on it very quickly.
So, with that, I hope you enjoy your time in the Isle of Man and you deliver all of your vision and aspiration and to you too, Minister. Thank you very much.

 

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