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Hmmm, Integrity above unyielding or above reproach doesn’t have to deal with any integrity issues and it’s quite obvious GE and their fines do and has been for years.
Immelt took out the phrase "unyielding integrity" from the S&L. Look what happened! LC put it back in.
Seems like good news to me.
Somebody’s in trouble! I see two compliance issues that violated our integrity policy.
Failing to promptly report a known or suspected violation of GE’s compliance policies.
Failing as a leader to diligently ensure compliance with GE’s integrity principles, policies and law.
Any ideas of the upcoming punishment for these hooligans? I see 20 lashes with a wet noodle.
I don’t buy it! Every employee and especially the leadership follows The Spirit & The Letter at GE. Our integrity is above reproach. Here’s all the proof right here: “Integrity is reflected in our three Leadership Behaviors:
act with humility, lead with transparency, and deliver with focus—always with unyielding integrity.”