This Tsunami phenomenon explained by scientists is a natural occurrence with destructive and catastrophic proportions. Thus after that sad incident anything that happens with huge destructive dimensions to a person or organization has become known as tsunami.
“Transfer window” – that’s an expression that football fans are all too familiar with. But this piece is not about football. It’s about the “movements” taking place across the media houses.
That is perhaps what is set to happen to Kumasi-based radio station, Oyerepa FM – – Mediafillasgh.com can authoritatively state.
Yes, the Adum based station will lose most of its members on the sports team in the coming weeks and would certainly send resounding ripples through the entire organization as well as cherished listeners.
Why? That’s the question I keep asking myself sometimes when presenters move from one radio station to another.
It’s an undeniable fact that employers cannot keep their core staff forever. Certainly, even the most committed employees would want to switch jobs at a point. But gradually, the media is seemingly becoming more like the football world where the highest bidder poaches the biggest talent.
But I think it takes little to maintain your key staff. Just make them do what they like doing, but more importantly, PAY THEM AND RESOURCE THEM WELL WITH INCENTIVES.
Stay glued to your most credible media fillas portal, www.mediafillasGh.com for more updates, remember to bookmark our website and adopt a wait-and-see attitude towards this developing story.
Source: Evans Ofori/www.mediafillasgh.com