Professional Workplace Dilemma
A dilemma that I experienced has to do with my place of work at ABC. In 2002 I had a values conflict that had to do with my job situation. My company had hired a new director for our accounts payable department in 1997. His name was MB.MB was a financial director from Coca Cola with a bachelor's degree in Accounting/Finance. For several years, MB had held strategic positions and his fame increased with great accomplishments, and was recognized as one of the best director in our company. He was gifted in many areas as procurement direct for payables. He had a tremendous leadership skill and was a role model. He managed the accounting department and brought productivity up to speed. In 200 2 MB was nominated as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Prior to his appointment our CEO A H had an interview with him to make sure that he was the right candidate for this position. After his interview with our CEO, Walter ordered a security clearance screening to be done on MB to make sure that there were no skeletons in the closet. Shortly after his interview, human resources had completed a background and security screening on MB. Our human resources personnel Stacy had called for his college transcripts as well. And they discovered that MB had not graduated from Accounting, despite the fact that this was listed on his resume. Our human resources director Stacy contacted MB to ask him about this discrepancy, and he immediately confirmed that he had not graduated. MB, who had publicly acknowledge the fact that he received a bachelor's degree in accounting/Finance in 1969 and had attended National Business College in Roanoke Virginia was caught lying on his resume.
Shortly thereafter, he submitted his resignation as Chief Financial Controller. He also immediately informed the college that he had attended and never graduated of what had happened. MB had lied to management and staff for five years and nobody knew that he did not finish his...
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