Some staffs in the local government department of the in the Savannah region plans to skip the mass transfer that the region is currently executing, according to some staffs, it is possible to skip it if you negotiate well with the district human resource management unit, others said you can lobby to get your favorite district of transfer if you have a personal relationship with your district human resource management department.
If transfers are done base on the number of years a staff spend at a particular district, and human resource management can easily change it or make you skip the transfer, would that be fair to those who can not do anything about their own?
We are appealing to the Savannah regional coordinating council to put up measures that would treat all equal, a staff whose name has been withheld due to security reasons has confirmed that, he has paid some token to his district human resource management unit just to skip the transfer.
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