5MM: Sustainable CEOs on the Hot Seat
Do-good corporate chiefs who invest in corporate citizenry could face the unemployment line if financials are failing. Also, can cute little emojis violate your harassment policy?
Workforce editors Frank Kalman and Rick Bell reveal a study that claims CEOs who heavily invest company resources in good corporate citizenry are more likely to be fired amid sluggish financial results than CEOs at poor-performing companies that spend less on such do-good initiatives. They also ponder emoji use in the workplace.
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