Hey Ernst & Young – You’re Killing Me!
And now for something completely different…
Mirona Iliescu from Romania reminds us that employees are stakeholders too. She writes:
“Daily Business calls Raluca Stroescu the first Romanian kamikaze manager [RO]. Raluca was found dead last Saturday by her Ernst & Young manager–who dropped by her home because she neither showed up at work, nor answered her phone. While her company does a very poor job at crisis management, and her doctors assess her condition as a lot more complex, Stroescu’s colleagues and family tell the world that she died because of exhaustion. I wish I could give you a source in English, but the news didn’t spark the interest of the international media yet. Karoshi. Learn to say no. Later update: news agency Mediafax finally published an article in English”.
Haideti cu toti pe data de 1 mai sa depunem o floare la sediul firmei E&Y pentru Raluca.
Thank you for picking up the story. If you don’t mind editing your post a little, my name is Mirona and not Milena.
Mirona, my pleasure to represent you accurately. Can you do us a favor and translate our other comment?
Thank you, Francine. The other comment was left on all blogs covering the story and it says: let’s all go to the E&Y headquarters on May 1st [labour day] to leave a flower for Raluca.
Can you show me an artcile about this? You can send it to email@example.com. I’m writing an essay on Human Resource management…