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ARE POLISH PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS INEFFICIENT?


local_fela 17 | 172
17 Mar 2012 #1
Hi!

I sent some documents to be processed to XYZ department of the public sector... However, I encountered two major problems with them, which both were paperworks unacceptable mistakes.

1) In January I sent my documents to that department. 1st week of Feb I received a letter which was addressed to me on the envelop but the content of the letter was sometimes referred to me (Mr Local Fela) and sometimes to Mr 'IdontKNOW'... So who the hell is this man? And why they wrote me a letter telling me that Mr 'IdontKNOW' should do this and that?? mmmmmmm

When me wifey called that person who signed at the end of the letter addressing herself as a 'Director' of the institution we were surprised.... WHY? Because:

Whenever it was referring to Mr 'IdontKNOW' it was actually referring to me but as Mr 'IdontKNOW' most of the time and rarely by my name.....

2) In March, a second letter was sent to me and one to my wife... Mine was clearly written this time...BUT my wife's letter....ha ha ha or ggggrrrrrrrrrrrr..... Written: 'Mrs Local Lady' you are married to Mr Local Fela... You will.............with your husband Mr 'whoZfRu'.... She was mad when she read that bit...When we translated this letter it was OMG..... implying that my wife got 2 husbands...... And not to mention, it was again signed by the same 'Director'........... We called again... Sheprasham pany... its a mistake I was referring to your husband Mr Local Fela...WTF.....

Well, I have been staying in many countries and I have never received any profesional document like this from a public institution......And the document I sent them does not only concern the Polish Govt but even one department of the EU institution....

I don't know what will happen if this case or this letter is given to a newspaper and sent to the EU respective department...

Why like this? Naming a director who can't even write a formal letter??
peterweg 36 | 2,316
17 Mar 2012 #2
Naming a director who can't even write a formal letter??

Its a bog standard letter edited to use your name, I doubt a director did it and I doubt you are important for them or us to give a flying **** about a sloppily written letter.
LwowskaKrakow 28 | 431
17 Mar 2012 #3
Answer to your title: Go To Pozcta Polska to buy some stamps, get a number from their ticket machine and read a book you ll have 2 hours to spend
OP local_fela 17 | 172
18 Mar 2012 #4
I doubt you are important for them or us to give a flying **** about a sloppily written letter.

Well mate, I think you got it wrong this time! It never happened to me since I've been living in UK and in France.... So for me its kind of 'absurd' (if I am permitted to say). Standard matters!

Go To Pozcta Polska to buy some stamps, get a number from their ticket machine and read a book you ll have 2 hours to spend

I can't get you mate. What do you mean!
pantsless 1 | 267
9 Apr 2012 #5
Speaking of unacceptable mistakes, your English is a downright travesty of epic proportions.

I have no idea what you wrote, but without a doubt most Poles write better than you.
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
9 Apr 2012 #6
I can't get you mate. What do you mean!

- Sounds like the person is saying there are long queues at their local post office.

Same in England - long queues as so many smaller post offices were closed. Can anyone recall which British politician once said people enjoy being in post office queues as it is a social thing for them ...!

UK postage prices up 30% in a few weeks time, and the queues are long. In my UK home-town, you can take a number and come back later, it's that bad.


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