Judge Linda Teodosio & the plague on the American workforce

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After reading “Canning Miss A,” our feature story about a model Summit County Juvenile Detention Officer who was fired thanks to dubious office politics, a reader called in to say that it isn’t just the Summit County Juvenile Court that’s plagued by ineffectual bureaucracy – it’s the entire American work force. And it sucks: “Just want to compliment you on that article on that Teodosio judge or whatever the hell she calls herself. I think it’s fair to say -- at least, you know, I’m 51 right now -- that that right there is probably as much as what’s wrong with the American work force and so common place that any other issue, it’s just people like her. They don’t know what the hell they’re doing, they come in there, they think they’re God and want to make these changes. But at the end of the day they make it so much worse and just reshaped it. And ten years later you wonder why did you even have to go through all this, because they’re gonna have to turn it back anyway to the way it used to be. So, um, well that’s real good exposure, so thanks a lot.”

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