The goal is to reward PAC contributors with level jumps and desirable moves.So at what point are we not going to be subjected to the constantly changing rules? I vaguely remember reading/hearing someone say that one of the people in charge said "the goal is to get everyone above 85% and then let people move to where they want to go". Is there any truth to this?
I don’t think they will ever go back to that, what that caused was major movement, but it made the CPC national average go down every month as so many people were now CPCIT. What that did was lower the bar for release as the averages were down, and it causes even more avalanche of releases. They then came out with training initiative to get people trained and full CPC again, but Covid slowed it down. Now it looks like they are scared to allow releases again.seriously; will we ever go back to the old above and projected above nat'l avg, 9s and below up to 100%? It's dizzying trying to keep up with the rule changes
This is straight from the April 9th 2021 NEB minutes:Now it looks like they are scared to allow releases again.
Gilbert/LeBovidge/Santa/Devine said:We should have an agreement very soon, as absent an agreement, we go back to MOU rules, which nobody would be comfortable right now releasing 200 plus members.