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Old 10-18-2017, 10:10 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by ProactiveMan View Post
I am disturbed by how easy it is for the corporate entities involved to come out of these situations with clean hands. They rightly blame the individuals involved, but stop short of taking any responsibility for the environment they have cultivated. Nick will cut this guy loose and release a statement condemning his behaviour and making some vague value statements, but they probably won’t admit to the failure of their HR department, or management to make it clear that employees and contractors cannot act this way.

HR is just to be an arm of finance these days. Their primary responsibility seems to be saving money; squeezing as much work as possible out of as few employees as they can get away with, and being reactive when they catch a whiff of bad PR.
I agree. Employers need to create a better working environment for all employees.

In other words, they need to accommodate them.
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