Creating Order in the Recruiting Universe
Focus: Ethical recruiting practices Goals: Formulate enforceable uniform Code Discuss, compare issues, cases; share research, legislation
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We have several new members. Things have been so quiet that it seems there is a shyness about talking as well as a reluctance because so many are strangers to the others. So let me start by…Continue
Started by Yvonne LaRose in General Aug 12, 2012.
"It's important to recognize the friction that can evolve if Alphas and Betas simply go along their career highways doing what they do best -- dominate others and subordinate themselves."Let's say…Continue
Started by Yvonne LaRose in Leadership and Management Mar 28, 2010.
Many have recommended The Art of War by Sun Tzu as a starting point in discussing ethics.I'd like to solicit your opinions in regard to what it offers and whether you feel his philosophy is…Continue
Started by Yvonne LaRose in Some Good Reading Mar 12, 2010.
He isn't a member of the Ethics list. I met him while I was in law school in the Bay Area. Ron Jordan has been pondering the ethics of recruiting those who are on the fringes of society or were part…Continue
Started by Yvonne LaRose in Client's Henchman Jun 9, 2009.
Many companies have a section in their Code of Conduct and/or Code of Ethics pertaining to no retaliation for reporting suspected misconduct. Some employees believe the merit of the clause; others do…Continue
Started by Yvonne LaRose in Governance and Compliance Jun 9, 2009.
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Posted by Yvonne LaRose on March 30, 2008 at 9:30pm
There are many things that can be discerned of the silence. That everyone has returned to the original venue even though it was supposed to be transferred here. That another venue has been formed and the discussions and thoughts are being exchanged there. That people have very little time and cannot get involved for the sake of time. In the alternative, there was one person who…Continue
Posted by Yvonne LaRose on September 21, 2007 at 8:17pm
Some interesting cases: