Monday, June 28, 2010

HR: Employee Telling Lies

A recent CareerBuilder.com survey found 15% of employees had been caught in a lie at the office. The most common reasons for telling a workplace lie was to appease a customer, to cover up a failed project, or to explain an unexcused absence or late arrival. A vast majority of hiring managers said they were less likely to promote an employee who had lied to them or other members of the organization.

So, are you one of them?

4 comments:

Yunus Badawi said...

Salam Jue.

Not me. I am not even employed! hehehe

Othman Juliana said...

w'slm wrt wbt YB:

YB, boss pun bleh tipu-tipu juga! haha~ **lama tak ber-email sambil bercerita, bergossip2 dengan YB nih :D

Kamal Sanusi said...

You will never get a second chance for a first impression.

Based on above, once the employee starts to tell lies, his loyalty to the employer will be questionable. It is not impossible for them to start "selling" the P&C info to other competitors.

However, it is up to the management to decide on level of lies as most companies have their own SOP to deal with it.

As for me, sapa yg kuat menipu, alamat kena transfer ke engine room laaa....




Kah kah kah!!!...

Othman Juliana said...

so true kamal~