In my earlier post, I discussed the need for accountability in compensation and used the old partnership structure as an example of how Wall Street was held accountable in the past and could be in the future. This generated questions as to how to hold ordinary employees accountable in terms of pay. In many cases, [...]
Archive for January, 2009
Recent headlines hitting the news over the last several days indicate that the FreePasser epidemic is alive and well on Wall Street and in corporate America. However, the scale of some of these abuses amaze even me.
The $1 Million Office
CNBC reporter Charlie Gasparino reported that former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain spent $1.2 million to redecorate [...]
My initial entry on the FreePasser epidemic afflicting our society seems to have accomplished its purpose, which was to increase awareness and to generate a thought-provoking reaction. This is designed to be a forum to discuss the problem and to generate potential solutions. Otherwise, we will not find a long-term answers to the current disaster [...]