Culture & Conduct, Opinion

When one person’s robust management style becomes another’s bullying

By Jonathan Herbst, Paul Griffin
Image: Getty Images

When does bad management become non-financial misconduct?

Picture this: a bank’s compliance manager, Rob, comes forward to say that chief financial officer Anna has been bullying two members of her team. Anna rebuts this, claiming she simply sets high standards. Rob has also filed a ...

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