Earlier on my Pencilnpen blog I ranted relentlessly about the loss of items on my beloved My Precious. Even as I typed the words my mind and heart was aching at the thought of Micheal Jackson's mother. I pray peace of mind for her, MJ's children and their family members. I can not imagine anything worse than knowing your child is dead and then finding out it could have been prevented. It doesn't matter if the man used drugs or not. The main thing is Micheal hired a professional to do a job and it was not done.
Reminds me so much of the things I say when it comes to the childcare profession. A person can have all of the degrees he can attain and if he is unreliable....the outreach is far and like the arms of an octopus; sucking and life threatening. I bet many people are running like chickens with there heads cut off as I write. I think of the women who worked in his office. Simple servants removing items from a storage facility and smiling and laughing through their interview. Wow, what about all of the others who unknowingly will be come apart of this incompetence. God help them.
So, my question is...does responsibility on the job stop at the employer? If that is the case can someone totally blame Michael for his own death? If employers fail to do the right thing and the employees knows better and still does what is wrong, should he/she be held responsible?
Book Picks Of The Week - April 17
1 week ago