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How often must staff sign policies?


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I realize this is "fighting city hall" but is there a more useless requirement than having everyone review and sign off on procedures that haven't changed one iota?  In our laboratory, this is many hundreds of procedures (including the one on how to write a a procedure :). Bureaucratic make work of no value whatever.  An unfortunate example of the administrative/legal mindset versus the scientific/clinical mindset in our society.  Probably an early small sign of the coming end of our civilization when non-productive work receives such priority. Seriously.

Edited by Neil Blumberg
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