Thursday, September 18, 2014
This credibility destroyer keeps happening and one wonders when people are going to learn. Lying about one's academic credentials opens the possibility that one will lie about other things as well. It is embarrassing to every employer this fellow had that he was able to slip through credential screening and end up for eight years with Wal-Mart. He was a good spokesperson for the company before he got caught, but that doesn't matter now. He damaged his credibility, and he threatened the reputation of Wal-Mart. One wonders when such individuals will be honest on their resumes and the answer is never. Ambition gets ahead of honesty and once done there is no turning back. Perhaps this is the only lie he has ever told but who is to know?