• At Hackert’s team, agree Rendall’s behavior, which is routinely paid ex-employees of the target companies to obtain highly sensitive information of Seleris’s clients.
• Senior associates had been upset over the previous year’s bonus. The senior management explained to all of them how the division was going through a growth phase and they all given the same bonus, however, Richardson and Malone ...view middle of the document...
• On McCaskey’s second assignment, she tried to gather information with two old guard, however, one was out of town and the other guy Rendall trend to be difficult and uncooperative.
• Many of her projects required detail information about a client’s competitors. Where to draw a line on proprietary information? Was she about to engage “gentleman’s industrial espionage”?
• Its unusual for IAD to hire consultants for $4000-$5000 but in one case, Rendall had paid an ex-employee of a target company a “consulting” fee of $5000. And the management seems ok with that.
• There’s no formal and written policies’ regarding the solicitation and performance of IAD’s contract.
• On McCaskey’s current’s project Silicon 6, she find Devon a consultant in southern California. Devon was being too helpful and make she wonder if he might be leading her on to find out whom she was looking for.
• After the senior management knew she found ex-employee of the target company, they offered her an upcoming promotion if she successfully complete Silicon 6.
• Hackert suggested that offered consulting fee of &7000 instead of $4000 to Devon for such important project.