No one can hide from the internet. It contains countless examples of folks presenting altruistic conduct, but more than a fair share others revealing less than desirable … etiquette.
For example, several workers at a Burger King in Ohio were fired after they took photos of themselves shredding lettuce with their feet and posted them on the Web. It didn’t seem to enter their minds that their bosses might eventually see these photos. Why would staff shred lettuce with their feet anyway?
These workers pale in comparison to those whose actions explode beyond the internet, and the world couldn’t miss, who put their own interests above those of the staff and customers, basic ethics and good behaviour - the likes of Enron, Lehman Bros, etc.
What do these two have in common? They were presenting to the world poor business culture. If staff feel valued would they act like the Burger King...
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