Sepp Blatter, the president of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has commented on the England football captain John Terry losing his job. Terry, who is married with twin babies, was found to have been having an affair with his fellow defenseman’s fiance.
Blatter said that in some countries his behaviour would have been applauded. Citing Latin countries like France, Italy and Spain.
Is that true?
But it does raise an interesting question: what level of responsibility does an organisation have in the so-called personal lives of it’s employees?
I have worked in a business where there were liaison’s between bosses and people who reported to them. A bit like the David Letterman business that America was overwhelmed with in 2009. And many businesses do not see that as a problem.
What do you think?