Posted by colonels19 on 3/10/2013 7:48:00 PM (view original):
My point is, if he renewed his team, there's no discussion to be had. Nobody had brought up anything like this to date, so it makes the argument/debate for special considerations to "returning" coaches look like it's a case of sour grapes. If he feels that his resume wasn't properly weighted/reviewed, then he should send a ticket...again I disagree with the special considerations/inside edge stance.
EDIT: After reviewing ARomano's post on page 3, apparently he did send a ticket, WIS said that the other guy had a better resume (I'm assuming because they don't want to make a big deal/mess of this for themselves), and they probably won't change their process, especially after a response like that...so again...not to be a dick, but I'm not sure why we're still talking about this.
He lost his job, he applied for it back, he lost the re-application, he appealed to WIS, and he lost the appeal. Renew your team on time, and if you get lost in the fold because you have 10 teams, well then who's responsibility is that?
im not sure if its because you are from a lower life form or something? but after 5 pages, im not seeing how you can't seem to grasp this simple fact - EVERYONE KNOWS that if he renewed, theres no discussion to be had, about his team at least. people from a species of higher life forms known as humans got that from the first post, and are trying to have a conversation about the greater issue, not tied to his team, about if there is anything that could be done to make the situation better. and even in that context, EVERYONE KNOWS if you renew, there is no problem. so when you say, "im not sure why were still talking about this", i can tell you for certain, its not because people fail to grasp the simple concept of a renewal. its because some people are trying to have a conversation a little more advanced, not much more, just a little, than if he should have renewed or not (which clearly, he should have). nobody is saying its not the original coaches fault. nobody is saying they are entitled to anything. people are trying to explore if there is anything that could be done, not because it HAS to be done, not because its the HD staff's responsibility, but for the same reason most of these issues are discussed - because there may be potential for a better experience, or a better understanding of the view points of others.
alternatively, the reason this conversation has continued it because some people, myself included, enjoy arguing with you - however pointless it may be :)