I Know They Said That Honesty Is The Best Policy, But…

From my post on Women of HR on 1 July 2014 :

I Know They Said That Honesty Is The Best Policy, But…

Honesty is best but there are times when you can and should choose to refrain. There’s always levels of complexity  involved and there is the risk of appearing hypocritical. Also, you have to choose what to be honest about. I don’t think that your goal of maintaining honesty should mean a complete and thorough application of the principle regardless… although I realize that the more exceptions there are to the rule, the more the rule gets a bit hazy.

 But here’s what I do know.

read on


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2 responses to “I Know They Said That Honesty Is The Best Policy, But…

  1. Oh my goodness! Awesome article dude! Thanhk you, However I am going through difficulties with your RSS.
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    Is there anyone else having similar RSS problems?
    Anyone tht knows the answedr wiull you kindly respond?


    • Hi Nelson
      Thanks for the comment and terribly sorry there’s a problem with the RSS feed. I will work on the problem. In the meantime, there’s two other ways. If you use wordpress, then you can also ‘follow’ me or you can get the posts via email. Pls let me know if you need any further help with this.

      Thanks so much.



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