I am very interested in the thoughts and opinions of others re the following business scenario: Work environment is an in inherently hazardous environment (museum comprised of old warships) that hosts overnight educational programs for kids. A young boy was nearly killed during an overnight program due to the failure of the responsible supervisor (supervisor is early 20's with no business, managerial, professional or interpersonal skills). The supervisor had turned away from their responsibilities in exasperation due to poor behavior from the program's children; supervisor failed to observe & asses the situation, apply appropriate discipline & management, & failed to enlist & deploy adult attendees to assist with monitoring safety. That supervisor continued to be assigned a leadership role during subsequent overnight programs, and resigned for another job that failed relatively quickly. That same individual has just been rehired in what may be considered to be an upper management role in the organization. I have many, many prior years of I.T. experience in a wide range of companies, industries & environments, including successful managerial & supervisory roles. Is it just me, or is this one of the most stupid things that you have ever encountered? Does this sound like an undesirable place to work? Thanks: Thoughts & opinions greatly appreciated.