Ricardo Salinas Pliers once again jeopardizes Group Salinas’ brand reputation and everything related to the company. In all this, several lessons emerge for the CEOs of all companies, backed by figures and experts.
The last move of the businessman was to deny a job opportunity to a Twitter user. “Give me a job at TV Aztecs, Mr. Salinas,” wrote the tweeter. “No, then they will say that I exploit him, I do not pay him and I do not give him legal benefits. Better this way without work ”, I have ionized.
He added to his position as a topic on Twitter saying “ignorant” to those who want the State to take charge of pensions and in a text called “Your Pension Is Not Free” stated that workers should be the ones who pay their own pensions Israel Email List. Finally, I have finished off his appearance of him in the trends by responding to a client of his Electra stores, who shared: “Good morning, I’m going to pay Electra my one-time subscription so that you can buy another yacht”; “Thank you,” he replied.
Data from Weber Sandwich Mexico reveal that the image of a company is intrinsically linked to the reputation of its CEO. The CEO’s positive reputation increases investor attraction (88 percent), crisis protection (91 percent), and talent attraction and retention (81 percent and 79 percent respectively).
Just as the words and positions expressed in social networks have serious implications for the human resources department when a professional applies, it also happens in the case of company managers.
A clear example of this, that the reputation of a CEO can alienate investors, is Elton Musk. Robyn Holden said they would replace Musk as CEO of Tesla, after the billionaire had to announce that he would resign as CEO as part of a deal with US regulators, because he posted a tweet saying he was considering going back. make the signature private.
Finally, that chapter in his personal history of him has been left behind, but he learned an unforgettable lesson, that sometimes cases mobile lead like Salinas Pliers end up reminding the world’s executives and firms, it is worth learning.
Another example is Susan Wickerwork, CEO of YouTube, who had to apologize to the LGBTQ community after a widespread reaction to the recent political decisions of the firm itself regarding the conservative channel Steven Crowded.