Are companies bothered if you go to Global Governance about their misbehavior?
I tried to resolve an issue with a company for three years on behalf of one of my clients. Every so often I would send an email. The company would never do anything about the problem and passed it around to everyone. Then I discovered Global Governance. I described the problem in the Global Governance website and then someone who could actually make a decision did respond.
Do people get in trouble if their lack of perfomance shows up in Global Governance?
Funding may be affected if publicity is good/bad or 'mission' of a corporation are not adhered to, depending upon the guidelines of their 'entity'. Usually the exec. director/manager, ceo or whatever title is given, is supposed to respond but again, depends on how much powers he's given by the 'board'. Some boards will 'micro-manage' their exec. director/manager to the point, nothing gets done without approval of the board. A website dedicated to publicizing apathy of a corporation, company or business, would not be a desirable status to achieve I'd imagine.
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