Vahid Manian, a board director of SSD supplier STEC, has been sacked by employer Broadcom after it was found that he may have conjured academic qualifications out of thin air. STEC's website lists him as a senior VP of Broadcom. That corporation has him listed as a senior VP of global manufacturing operations. The site's …
I have seen that happen to an old R&D Manager who I used to work for. He talked of a whole string of qualifications.
When the company floated, the first time his details were published in the company report, there was a strange blank after his name where ALL of his "qualifications" were missing.
I expect this is quite common.
So, let me get this straight
He can do his job, and do it well by all accounts. He's been doing it for a while and has the experience, but they're sacking him because he doesn't have the correct letters after his name?
they're sacking him because he doesn't have the correct letters after his name?
Or i it because he lied ??
Liar Liar Pants on Fire
If this happened in the UK I belive he could have been facing a criminal charge.Obtaining picuery advantage by deception or some such.Evil Bill cos he should be done as well.
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