So I recently moved on from a position from a small design company (about 7 people), on my own will. When I was there the management was, uh, not-so-good. During my time there, we had 5 or 6 designers come and go "because they didn't work out". There were, two cliques in the office, the ones who were there from the get go, and what I would call the "outsiders" and there was an extreme lack of trust of the outsiders. This clique type atmosphere cause a really poor moral among the few employees there not to mention seeing how bad the turn over was in the office. I can really describe the whole scenario here so here is my question.
I would like to see the company succeed as the people there are good people but I feel like they are going to fail if they continue to have the same problems they have. And as there is this lack of communication between the two cliques I want to make that evident with a letter. I know I should just move on, which I have no problem doing, but would it be a bad idea to send a letter constructively criticizing the poor moral/working environment in the office to at least make it evident that there is such a problem? Most likely, if I am having a moral qualm about sending a letter then most likely, yes, I shouldn't do it.