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1Assume you are a nursing director for a nursing home. You’ve been workingat your facility for a few short months when you learn the company thatowns the home has been improperly overbilling Medicare for the care andservices provided to your residents. You bring this to the attention of thecompany’s managers, but they do nothing. You then notify the appropriateauthorities (becoming a whistle-blower) and, dismayed by the fraud andother problems, you quit.Why are ethics considered so important when studyingorganizational behavior?Multiple ChoiceUnethical behavior makes it easy to influence others and conduct business.Unethical behavior can ensure loyalty, which helps the performance of individuals and teamsYou will be confronted with ethical challenges at all levels of organizations and throughoutyour careerCorrectUnethical acts are not illegal and can benefit the companySome unethical acts are necessary to work around unfair governmentalregulations.