Karl`s PC Help Forums Last active: Never
Not logged in [Login ]
Go To Bottom

In memory of Karl Davis, founder of this board, who made his final journey 12th June 2007

Printable Version | Subscribe | Add to Favourites   Post new thread Poll:
Author: Subject: Workplace ethics
marymary100
Underwater Plumber
********


Avatar


Posts: 32312
Registered: 9-5-2004
Location: Scotia
Theme: Iconic
Member Is Offline

Mood: fact me

[*] Post 501662 posted on 25-2-2016 at 18:46 Reply With Quote
Workplace ethics



Head of Department Joe finds out that Shirley has an interview for a job in another company. Joe has spent a lot of time developing Shirley's skills to enable her to do her job well.

Shirley has asked Joe to coach her to do well in her interview.

Should Joe coach Shirley?


If Joe's company and Shirley's potential new company are owned by the same parent company, does that make a difference to your answer?
View User's Profile View All Posts By User
LSemmens
Undercover MOD
********


Avatar


Posts: 32767
Registered: 19-11-2004
Location: Riverton, South Australia
Theme: Windows XP Silver
Member Is Offline

Mood: Gone crazy, Back soo

[*] Post 501668 posted on 25-2-2016 at 23:23 Reply With Quote


No! It makes no difference. The question might be asked though, is why Shirley wants a new job, and what can we do to encourage her to remain.
View User's Profile View All Posts By User
scholar
Knowledge of Ages
*******


Avatar


Posts: 32228
Registered: 14-10-2004
Location: Illinois
Theme: KF Blue (Default)
Member Is Offline

Mood: pensive

[*] Post 501669 posted on 26-2-2016 at 02:16 Reply With Quote


If Joe and Shirley only see each other at work, on company time, then I don't think Joe should coach her. If he did, he would be taking pay for time that he is spending in a way that probably does not advance the company's interests.

If he is inclined to coach her from friendship or goodness, he ought to do so outside work hours.
View User's Profile View All Posts By User
Post new thread Poll:

Guest Notice
You are a guest, as a guest you can only see a maximum of 3 posts per thread.

If you want to see the rest, please click here to register.