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HRM CA | 20 Aug 2015, 08:00 AM Agree 0
An ex-Yahoo employee will pay an undisclosed sum to the company after leaking information to a journalist in violation of her employment agreement.
  • DSC44 | 20 Aug 2015, 09:54 AM Agree 0
    Depending on what was leaked, it certainly was not trade secrets, this seems like a Donald Trump move. If someone says something you don't like about you, you lash out calling them names and debasing them. Which goes to the core of the values and corporate culture of any organization (or person).

    If it was reporting a perception that was not based on fact it would be one issue, if it was reporting an incident, factually, then doing what they did brings more attention to that they did not want to bring attention to.

    I suppose it all comes down to your values. If your values align with how the company acts, it is a good place to work. If your values do not align with the company values, even if the press calls it a great place to work, in your reality it is not even a place to consider working.
  • DSC44 | 20 Aug 2015, 09:54 AM Agree 0
    Depending on what was leaked, it certainly was not trade secrets, this seems like a Donald Trump move. If someone says something you don't like about you, you lash out calling them names and debasing them. Which goes to the core of the values and corporate culture of any organization (or person).

    If it was reporting a perception that was not based on fact it would be one issue, if it was reporting an incident, factually, then doing what they did brings more attention to that they did not want to bring attention to.

    I suppose it all comes down to your values. If your values align with how the company acts, it is a good place to work. If your values do not align with the company values, even if the press calls it a great place to work, in your reality it is not even a place to consider working.
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