Saturday, 4 February 2017

Tim Worner

It is hard to understand in this climate how a CEO of a company like Seven can have an affair with a worker, have questions asked about his use of a corporate credit and drug usage and be found to be suitable to remain in his job.  Even if the Seven West board accepts that there was no proof that Worner misused his credit card or used drugs he has admitted to having an affair with a female junior staff member.
There is a huge power discrepancy between the CEO of a large corporation and a junior worker.  The affair should be enough to have him dismissed.  Young women should be able to work in large corporate environments without being preyed upon by older CEOs and then have the organisations governing body support the CEO.

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