- Jan 12, 2014
There is every reason to believe that JGR is a fabulous place to work, and very few (if any) to feel otherwise. Edwards wasn't a critical employee. They have done fine without him. He came to JGR out of desperation to win a Championship, and lost it by his own doing. Pearn didn't want to be at JGR in the first place. Anybody paying an ounce of attention knew that he hated NC. Those are anomalies. The turnover is small. The long term employees are the rule. The forced narrative here desperate for something--ANYTHING--to have on this organization is stupid. Thank you, and have a nice day.I didn't call JGR a piece of s#!t. I didn't say they don't win. I didn't call it a mess. Don't put words in my mouth.
It's possible for an organization to be very successful and still be an unpleasant place to work. I'm not stating JGR is, I'm asking if it could be. It could be one of many possible explanations why two critical employees at the top of their game chose to leave abruptly.
EDIT: posted before I read @Formerjackman 's post saying essentially the same thing.