Michael Doyle, The Miami Herald
WASHINGTON -- Low morale still plagues the Office of Cuba Broadcasting, the U.S. government organization responsible for Radio and TV Marti, a new audit finds.
In a partially redacted report dated July 7, based on employee interviews conducted last year, the State Department’s Office of Inspector General cited morale as among the pressing challenges facing the Cuban broadcasting operations.
“Some of the reasons cited for low morale included the lack of transparency in decisionmaking, the inability to offer suggestions, and the lack of effective communication,” the audit states. “Others were concerned about raising any issues to the inspection team because of fear of retaliation by management.”...
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