In The Office (US), we see David Wallace come to Dunder-Mifflin Scranton to talk directly to the branch employees or Michael directly. Either for discipline or some initiative they are doing, or calling Michael directly to discuss a company policy or some new idea Michael had but pawned off on Dwight.
We also see Michael (and a few times Dwight) go to corporate in NYC to face disciplinary hearings with David or interview with David for a corporate position and so on.
My question is: why (in-universe) would Dunder-Mifflin have the company CFO doing those tasks. It wasn’t a massive international company but every corporation I’ve worked for has never had c-suite directly interact with people to that level. That’s what executive admins, hiring managers, and regional directors are for.
Isn’t David’s job to focus solely on the financials and the only reports he should be hearing are the quarterly reports meetings from Michael and the other branch managers?