NHS bosses need guide to find their own arses
Health chiefs have been criticised for hiring an official adviser to inform staff how to get to their new £1.4 million headquarters on time.
The "travel co-ordinator" has been seconded for two days a week from the local passenger transport executive over nine months at a cost of around £6,000,
Although a regular bus service stops virtually outside, the co-ordinator's role is to suggest efficient ways for the 400 administrative staff to travel.
It is 3.4 miles from the Sheffield centre, a six minutes car journey, and a dual carriageway linking the city to the M1 is half a mile away.
The number 52 bus arrives there every six minutes and Darnall railway station is five minutes walk away.
If they are too stupid to work out how to get there then great the Darwinian job market works - but I not the employee are complaining of the waste, maybe it isn't the employees who are too stupid at all....