“ Most people have convictions about what is right and wrong based on religious beliefs, cultural roots, family background, personal experiences, laws, organizational values, professional norms and political habits. These are not the best values to make ethical decisions by — not because they are unimportant, but because they are not universal. In contrast to consensus ethical values - such basics as trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship - personal and professional beliefs vary over time, among cultures and among members of the same society.
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There has been a great deal of conversation over the past couple decades around the so-called war for talent. Books and whitepapers have been written. Hours have been billed and speeches have been given. Talent certainly matters, and there is certainly competition for talent, but what remains unaddressed inside most organizations is the war on talent.
For the next couple of weeks, HireCentrix will be focusing on presenting Articles that focus on the Client and candidate experience, regarding Ethics in the Executive Search, Employment and HR Industry.
NAPS Former Counsel Proposes Imprisonment for Recruiters Who Ask for Copy of “But For” Law
I guess, upon reflection, that’s a little harsh.
Certainly, we lawyers do enough to irritate our clients (and everybody else) often enough that we must learn to be more tolerant of the well-meaning, but irritating, questions which clients ask us again and again and again and again. What really irritates me is the conversation that usually goes something like this: