Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Another blogging hiatus

Not long after my last post, I wound up in the hospital after emergency surgery on my spine. Everything went well, thank goodness. The downside is that I'm not to sit upright for much more than an hour at a time during this stage of my recovery. So I haven't been able to do much writing.

Hopefully I'll be able to return with some consistency by early December.


Bloggers World said...

Hey I hope alls well. Wishing for an early recovery. Check out a recent interview I read about ethics at workplace.

Last year, one of the highest-paid employees of MindTree Consulting was given the marching orders after he was found guilty of rigging his mobile phone bills. At about the same time, the IT services firm had shown the door to 80 lateral hires (out of 1,000 people hired in 2005-06) because they had presented incorrect personal information before and during employment at MindTree. "The company will punish anyone involved in any kind of falsification, irrespective of role and seniority," Subroto Bagchi, COO, MindTree Consulting, had said at the time.

In fact, MindTree has laid down guidelines on ethics for its employees in a book titled All About Integrity. In an interview to The New Manager on ethics in the workplace, Bagchi is categorical that integrity is a black and white issue and there are no shades of grey.
For more excerpts from the interview, check out the link below:


Unknown said...

Lea - are you back from hiatus, yet?