The download addresses employer-employee and employer-contractor conflicts of interest. But what about employer-employee-contractor conflicts of interest?
I would be interested in sharing my experience relating to what I believe is an Organizational Conflict of Interest but I would need assistance from a techrepublic editor as I am too close to the situation and would like the result to be objective and constructive.
Union shop. Contract with Employees. Multiple Seniority Units. Embedded Contractors. Public Sector. $4.8 billion deficit. Contract with Contractors at an hourly rate 4 times that of employees doing similar work. Organizational Conflict of Interest Policy. Conflict of Interest Waiver process available but not used.
Do contract related / work related conflicts of interest policies apply equally to protect all parties involved ( employer, contractor, and employee)?
Is the existence of an organizational conflict of interest in a particular situation evidence of a hostile working environment?
Can employees be held accountable for performance deemed unacceptable by a supervisor when management has delegated project management to contractors clearly competing for the same work?
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