Letter: Flush the brain drain

Regarding “Report: Agencies must head off brain drain”: This so-called brain drain should be viewed as an opportunity, not as a problem.

Today's faster-paced world requires more than the preservation of an archaic personnel system designed for the 1930s. The dysfunctionality that has infiltrated most agencies requires a serious flushing of the brain drain.

Let 'er rip.

Anonymous


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