Many of you have visited TAG during the lunch hour and found us gathered around our kitchen table. Our “family” gatherings always produce lively conversations about important stuff like baseball, last night’s TV show and weekend plans. Amazingly we also resolve business issues and brainstorm our way through recruiting challenges. Frequently the drift turns to ethical issues.
We hear terms like ethics implosion, moral vacuum and lack of values on a regular basis. One article stated that cheating in the 90s was so rampant it became the norm. In fact, some CEOs saw it as clever because the result was that the company met its numbers. Results become most important and achieving them – whatever the method – is what is rewarded.
We have an ethical code and follow it. Producing the numbers – for us that means finding the people our client wants – will never be put before ethical business and personal practices. You have our promise and commitment.
Realized everyone suffers due to ignorance.