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Dallas Mavericks seeking chief ethics and compliance officer

Jaclyn Jaeger | March 6, 2018

In an effort to clean up its toxic workplace culture, the Dallas Mavericks are looking to hire a chief ethics and compliance officer.

On Feb. 20, Sports Illustrated published the findings of a report it did on the Dallas Mavericks, exposing an organization where misogyny and predatory sexual misconduct allegedly went unchecked, “including multiple damning accounts of former team CEO Terdema Ussery’s conduct,” SI reported. According to former Mavs employees, the team's human resources department was part of the problem.

On the Dallas Mavericks website, the job description reads: “The ethics and compliance officer serves as the organization's internal control point for ethics and improprieties, allegations,...

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