October 18, 2011By -Articles From Everywhere About Chino Hills and Chino

It is shameful to punish the puppy when the pack leader is at fault. It is no different in the workplace and the corporate world, failure and corruption are usually the fault of the top dogs.

Two recent examples are Pacific Gas & Electric and the California Public Utility Commission. The utility company and the state regulator have talented employees, but problematic corporate big-dogs.

In fact, the entire utility regulatory system in California needs a new pack leader.

Read the story... | Source: Cal Watchdog | Date posted: 10/18/2011

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