Just 24 hours after an unnamed executive pleaded with RIM to make changes, more employees have come forward rallying around the complaints and offering new ones.
[ad#Google Adsense 300×250 in story]In the open letter published yesterday on BGR, a “high-level executive” said that RIM needs to make changes that are best for the customer, not what’s best for the carrier or its partners. RIM responded to the letter by saying it found it “difficult to believe” that a “‘high level employee’ in good standing with the company would choose to anonymously publish a letter on the web rather than engage their fellow executives.”
In other words, RIM did what it always does and scoffed at any criticism.
However, on Friday, more current and former employees of RIM came forward verifying the account of the letter. BGR said they received dozens of letters with similar stories and pleas.
It must be clear to the shareholders of RIM that the co-CEOs must go. Wall St. has lost confidence in the company, customers are running and employees are publicly complaining.