From NY Post
When I worked at Deloitte, nee Touche Ross & Co., we staff developed a system for classifying career missteps as CLM’s vs. CEM’s. A CLM was a Career Limiting Move – an act sufficiently atrocious to prevent you from ever making Partner. A CEM was a Career Ending Move – an act so preposterous that it prematurely ended your career.
And here, in yesterday’s New York Post, we find another classic career misstep, namely, protesting against capitalism while staying in a $700/night hotel room, apparently funded by Deloitte. Furthermore, it is alleged that he offered one or more occupiers a stay in his Deloitte-funded digs.
It’s possible that Deloitte will commend Brad for participating in its leading-edge Diversity Initiative. Maybe he can even join the pitch to audit OWS’ financial statements.
What is Brad’s fate?
- Brad will be honored as Employee of the Week and be rewarded with a special parking space.
- Brad committed a CEM and will be outsourced before he gets off the plane in California.
- Brad committed a CLM and will be sent to Japan to clean up Olympus.
(BTW, I don’t read the New York Post. I do read Going Concern, which discovered this interesting tidbit.)