Two employees have since been arrested and face defamation charges. Also as well as further punishment for spreading “false rumours” after they allegedly shared the footage.
The phrases “Southern Power Grid” and “Use Love to Make Power” have become two of the most blocked terms on social media site Weibo, according to Free Weibo.
The phrases have even overtaken “constitutional change” and “Xi Jinping”.
The manager has been identified on some social media channels. But claims he is being deliberately framed and vowed to file libel lawsuits.
Two Chinese state-owned electricity provider employees were arrested yesterday.
China Southern Power Grid, which is one of two state-owned power providers, is pressing charges against Tang and Wang, who have reportedly since admitted spreading the rumours online.
Wang told police that she “further dramatised” rumours and shared them to major web forums online.
The case remains under investigation.
Just in case tomorrow you are going to become a business executive here are;
Few Ethical Principles for Business Executives
Ethical executives are worthy of trust, demonstrate fidelity and loyalty to persons and institutions by friendship in adversity, support and devotion to duty; they do not use or disclose information learned in confidence for personal advantage.
Also, they safeguard the ability to make independent professional judgments by scrupulously avoiding undue influences and conflicts of interest.
Ethical executives and fair and just in all dealings; they do not exercise power arbitrarily, and do not use overreaching nor indecent means to gain or maintain any advantage nor take undue advantage of another’s mistakes or difficulties.
Also, fair persons manifest a commitment to justice, the equal treatment of individuals, tolerance for and acceptance of diversity, the they are open-minded; they are willing to admit they are wrong and, where appropriate, change their positions and beliefs.
Ethical executives are honest and truthful in all their dealings and they do not deliberately mislead or deceive others by misrepresentations, overstatements, partial truths, selective omissions, or any other means.
Ethical executives demonstrate personal integrity and the courage of their convictions by doing what they think is right even when there is great pressure to do otherwise; they are principled, honorable and upright; also, they will fight for their beliefs. And, they will not sacrifice principle for expediency, be hypocritical, or unscrupulous.
5. PROMISE-KEEPING & TRUSTWORTHINESS.
Ethical executives are worthy of trust. They are candid and forthcoming in supplying relevant information and correcting misapprehensions of fact, and they make every reasonable effort to fulfill the letter and spirit of their promises and commitments.
6. CONCERN FOR OTHERS.
Ethical executives are caring, compassionate, benevolent and kind; they like the Golden Rule, help those in need, and seek to accomplish their business objectives in a manner that causes the least harm and the greatest positive good.
7. RESPECT FOR OTHERS.
Furthermore, ethical executives demonstrate respect for the human dignity, autonomy, privacy, rights, and interests of all those who have a stake in their decisions; they are courteous and treat all people with equal respect and dignity regardless of sex, race or national origin.
8. LAW ABIDING.
Also, ethical executives abide by laws, rules and regulations relating to their business activities.
9. COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE.
Finally, ethical executives pursue excellence in performing their duties, are well informed and prepared, and constantly endeavor to increase their proficiency in all areas of responsibility.