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Discretion, trust and a Scottish lass

Here’s my guest entry in the “Trust Matters” blog, entitled “Discretion, trust and a Scottish lass”.

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Below the ground, reading

I am in London tube. The used-to-be last-century technology marvel now mostly overcrowded and over-heated. Specifically during this summer that does not want to end. Anyway, I am reading a book. “The New Few: A Very British Oligarchy” by Ferdinand … Continue reading

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How not to fire admins?

What is the worst way of firing people (sorry, letting them go)? It is when they learn about it from the national news, not from their own managers. It is when their career hangs on uncertainly and there is nobody … Continue reading

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Trust and horsemeat: revisited

The horsemeat problem seems to be way in the past. Does it mean that trust in food manufacturers has been automatically restored? It turns out that this is not the case. As expected. Recent survey conducted by Red Tractor shows … Continue reading

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SEC calls for public Drucker multipliers

I wrote a couple of times about Drucker multiplier, the pay ratio between the average worker and the CEO. The requirement to go public with those figures has been proposed in 2010 Dodd-Frank law, but the implementation has been somehow … Continue reading

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