HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex
HCO POLICY LETTER OF 12 OCTOBER 19821
Ref.: HCO PL 22 July 82 KNOWLEDGE REPORTS
The corrupt activities of a few deprive the many of their pay and an activity its prosperity.
The result of out-ethics in any long-run situation is contraction and poverty for all concerned, even the perpetrator.
A staff member who privately sells org prospect lists to a squirrel, the I/C who lets the org get ripped off for some personal favor, are actionable, of course, under criminal law. But their suicidal action is not the point here: They are selling out their friends and fellow staff members, messing up an org for no real benefit to anyone-not even the criminal rip-off artist.
The one who would do it, the org, the field, all suffer for it one way or another.
Only in-ethics can deliver standard tech.
Only a staff that is alert to such actions and reports those they cannot stop directly by a very stern, direct confrontation with the culprit in private can be sure of their own pay and working conditions and can expand an org.
Why moonlight or be in poverty when in-ethics can bring prosperity to all?
L. RON HUBBARD