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If we did an audit and I found out a bunch of NCMs from one of my sections had a bunch of leave unused after Christmas, I wouldn't so much be disappointed in those members, but I would be having a stern chat with their PO1 and Lt(N) about proper personnel management, especially considering I would have already instituted a system and laid out expectations at the beginning of the year.
So if a bunch of NCMs didn't follow the expectations given to them at the beginning of the year, it's their managers fault for not holding their hands? You do realize that this type of attitude of deflecting responsibility only happens in the CAF right? When these NCMs go out in the real world, no one is going to hold their hand and sure as hell their bosses won't care how much time off they take. This type of attitude doesn't help people learn how to manage themselves and their lives and it's why they are lost once the uniform is handed in. The CAF is essentially more and more of an adult daycare with zero accountability on the individual.
I am long retired however the Regulations and Orders state that your troops are entitled to leave.
Can't give troops leave if they never request it.
thread split lol?