Conduct matters

“Uber’s Top Deal Maker Quits After Conduct Claims,” The Wall Street Journal, October 23, 2018 B3.  Senior executive (48) resigns after allegations of sexual misconduct.  Also alleged to have violated company policy with a consensual affair with a colleague.

See also https://infogovnuggets.com/2018/10/15/enforcement/ for an earlier nugget on this point.

So, a higher-up gets the heave-ho after bad conduct.  I guess the Compliance program has teeth.  But it did take a long time.  Firing (or moving aside) a high-producer shows a company’s commitment, even at a company with a bad history.  Did he get a package?  Multiple messages here.

 

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