Character vs. Competence: The Perennial Challenge to Business, Athletes And Us
|09/16/2016||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
It’s well documented in the annals of business that companies hire on competence but fire on character. Unfortunately, history keeps repeating itself, because neither businesses, athletic organizations nor education systems have learned from the character breaches of Enron, Penn State, Steubenville and many others.
The latest icon of foiled character to fall this past week was Wells Fargo, a brand whose market value is the highest in the banking industry. Since 2011, as reported by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Wells Fargo employees have been creating fictitious credit and deposit accounts, resulting in millions of fees that boosted profits and read more >>>