Here’s the deal: It always pays to tell the truth. Always.
Such was the case this week when David Tovar, Wal-Mart’s vice president of communications, admitted a snafu discovered during his background check was indeed correct.
“I was 100 percent transparent,” says Tovar after a third-party company red flagged his education based on a degree he never completed.
Even though he worked for the retail giant for eight years, prior to being promoted to senior vice president, he went under an assessment as part of protocol. Read more