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How To Hire Well

Put about 100 bricks in some particular order in a closed room with an open window. Then send 2 or 3 candidates in the room and close the door. Leave them alone and come back after 6 hours and then analyze the situation. 

If they are counting the bricks.
Put them in the census taking department or the estimator for the number who turned out for Bersih.

If they are recounting them.
Put them as returning officers for election votes.

If they have messed up the whole place with the bricks.
Put them in MCA.

If they are arranging the bricks in some strange order.
Put them in Pemandu.

If they are throwing the bricks at each other, put them in MIC.

If they are sleeping. Put them in civil service.

If they have broken the bricks into pieces. 
Put them in ETP Tender Committee.
 
If they are sitting idle. 
Put them in VP positions of any top political parties.


If they say they have tried different combinations, yet not a brick has been moved. 
Put them in PDRM.


If they have already left for the day. 
Put them in VP positions of any top political parties.


If they are staring out of the window. 
Put them in MACC.

And then last but not least. If they are talking to each other and not a single brick has been moved. Congratulate them and put them in top management of any listed GLC.

Comments

If they pass it to their Chief, so that their Chief could bring the brick along to be photographed together with the PM in the presence of media, put them in Gerakan
walla said…
And if the bricks have been hijacked to build mansions for idiots cloaked in political finery sewn by propaganda organs, put them in XXXX.
solomon said…
If they bring the bricks home, you called them corruption?

if you start building brick house in plantation, it is Felda house?

if you hearing criminal hitting victim with brick, we are living in better place than California?

No wonder we are not in BRIC nation...
ben said…
It seem government and gov dept do nothing for rakyat? Try to put yourself into PM shoes or u sail with me at sea, then u know where u stand. Or better u live in Singapore where u can pay more to own a car. Bersyukur lah atas apa yg anda ada. Tq
jackofalltrades said…
Ben, the government do more for cronies than they do for the rakyat. Try to put yourself in taxpayers' shoes then you'll know why people are unhappy. In Singapore, you can get to any place using public transport. Why do you need a car there? In Malaysia, fresh graduates need to buy a subpar car to get them to their workplace. Tell me how to get from KL to Cyberjaya by public transport? I don't want to be grateful only. I want my country to move forward like South Korea, not going backwards!!!
okl said…
Brilliant!
wongty robert said…
If they explained that the bricks are off-specs and not suitable for use, they are the correct candidates for the PM, DPM or Finance Minister position.
pilocarpine said…
http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/malaysia-most-vulnerable-to-economic-perfect-storm-says-dr-dooms-consultancy/

What do u think of this? Genuine?

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