We're doing a bit of research here at AccountingWEB.co.uk into workplace ethics and we're keen to get members' views.
It seems that not only do finance departments have to deal with unapologetic late payers, angry payment chasers and a host of other troublesome issues, they often have to contend with their own peoples’ natural tendency to hide or misrepresent things which they feel make them look bad.
How do you spot when someone in another department is being less than truthful with you? What are the most common things they don’t want you to know about and what kinds of cheeky subterfuge and subtle trickery do they use?
Most importantly, how do you deal with it?
Please share your views below!