Los Angeles partner Mark Terman was quoted in The Washington Post in an article titled, “What if Ray Rice Worked in an Average Company?”
The article discusses what happens when employees in the average workplace are involved in a domestic violence dispute. This question is raised due to the domestic violence saga that's embroiled the NFL in recent weeks.
If someone who has committed crimes outside of work is kept in power, it does more than just tarnish the company's reputation to the outside world, said Mark. “It can send a bad signal to the entire workforce that the cultural norms and codes of conduct don't mean anything. There's a high risk of eroding the culture and value of everything behind the brand,” Mark commented.
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