I find this laughable. There isn’t enough work for a GM let alone an assistant. You don’t need an assistant to do NOTHING at the deadline. I doubt if the Gm or the assistant will be overworked this off-season.
Middle management positions tend to do a lot of hands-on people directing, as well as research and analysis. In most traditional business organizations, middle managers are extremely busy – I know having been one. But they do not have highly visible jobs, so the perception might be that they don’t do much. However, reality is different than perception in this area of a business.
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