Operations, PR directors brief employees on disciplinary code ahead of CEO’s farewell party

CONFERENCE ROOM – The company’s directors for operations and public relations on Thursday held an unprecedented briefing on the codes that the employees are expected to follow, after rumours were spread about the Chief Executive Officer throughout the office.

The briefing, in which the Operations Director took part for the very first time in the company’s history, informed the employees what to wear, what to do, and what to say, especially with a focus on next month’s farewell event for the CEO.

“The CEO has been targeted and faced criticism. An attempt was made to create a divide in the company,” said the PR Director while addressing the briefing.

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The employees were told not to mock the outgoing CEO, and his successor, if they want to remain in the company.

“Don’t meet the CEO for promotions and increments through the back door and express your professional wishes but call [the CEO] unprofessional in front of everyone. That’s a big contradiction between your words and your actions,” said the Operations Director, adding that he realised the employees were surprised by his presence in the briefing.

“As a director of this company, I cannot remain silent when the chiefs, directors, and other board members are targeted for no reason,” added the Operations Director who is among those in the running to become the next CEO.

The Operations Director revealed the CEO had been given a “lucrative offer” for an extension in his tenure.

“It was made in front of me. He rejected it because he wanted the company to move forward,” he said.

“Last year, the board had an intense discussion and we reached the conclusion that the company’s benefit lies in us restricting ourselves to our professional role and remaining out of office politics.”

The PR Director confirmed that an email has been sent to all employees regarding the codes and ethics that need to be followed at the farewell party.

“While the codes are meant for the farewell, I would suggest that you follow these throughout the rest of your time at the company,” he said.

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