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In the past year, I have had some business fallout from the company I work for. Some of it was good, but the majority of it was bad. In addition to the fact that it was bad, it was also a wake-up call to me. I had no intention of being part of something like this in my life. I had been given a great opportunity. I was excited to be part of that family.
That wasn’t the end of my business fallout from the company I work for. It followed. The next day I was called into my manager’s office where I was given a choice. I could either resign or stay. I chose to stay. It was a choice I had never made before. It was a choice I now regret. It was a choice I had to make and I chose to stay.
It wasnt strictly business as we thought it was for most of us, but the fallout really wasnt business as usual. It was far worse than that. It wasnt just the CEO, it was everyone. That is not a good thing. That is not the way you should do business. I cant see the CEO being held accountable for anything that I did. I really dont think so. But there was much more.
If I had said one thing last night, it would have been that my only choice was to stay. The CEO, my wife, my friends, my family, our business, our house, our jobs. If I had said that last night, I would have said that I would do everything within my power to make sure I got fired. But I did not. I knew I was making a bad choice. I knew I was making a bad choice because I was too afraid to admit it.
I don’t think there’s a business that I know of that has a more difficult time managing their employees than the pharmaceutical industry. And in that sense, it is a very unique business. But one thing is certain. If you are held accountable for everything that you do, you are going to be held accountable for everything that you don’t do.
We’re not talking about a single individual here. There are plenty of businesses that do not have a “culture of accountability” or a strict code of conduct. There are plenty of businesses that have a culture of accountability, but they don’t have a code of conduct either. But what we are talking about is corporations. If you work there, you are bound by a code of conduct. If you don’t, you are fired.
It is important to note that most companies dont have a strict code of conduct, or a strict code of ethics. That doesnt mean they cant have a code of conduct, but it means that they are not bound by a strict code of conduct.
So what is a corporate code of conduct? A corporate code of conduct is a series of behaviors and rules that a corporation has to follow to maintain standards of behavior. Think about it. What are some of the rules that a corporation might have to follow? They could include things like: “behave as a human being,” “behave in a civilized manner,” “behave with integrity,” and “work with the intent of making a profit.
In the same vein, the business code of conduct is more like a corporate code of conduct, but it is more vague. It’s a vague list of behaviors and rules that a company has to follow to maintain standards of behavior. The list might include things like behave as a human being, behave in a civilized manner, behave with integrity, and work with the intent of making a profit. It is a list, not a definition.