The company of the future is defined by one thing: radical transparency. To attain an open and transparent culture, the most important decision American companies can make today is who to hire, fire, promote and reward. The human capital choices made in 2016 will have a direct impact on which companies ultimately continue to exist 10, 20 and even 50 years from now. For those companies that have not yet adopted a mantra of transparency, they are now at a pivotal junction. They must move beyond typical compliance standards to build and facilitate an ethical culture within their organizations that would stand up to outside scrutiny. But will they?
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