Unformatted text preview: to call her while she is on the job. This also means the company is paying her for time spent on the phone with her “personal” clients. 4) She has not spoken with her employer to gain permission to use the equipment after hours or to accept the “personal” client calls while on her job. 5) She is also acting as competition to her employer by helping the “personal” clients without running them through the company in the first place. 6) She is costing her company money by using extra electricity, over using the equipment and by not bringing in the business she is “personally” doing on the side. I must also wonder how many of her “personal” clients were actually suppose to be company clients to begin with. My overall opinion concerning Leah’s action is that she is doing her company and the bosses who trust her wrong. It would seem to me that Leah is out for her own gain, and not the good of her company. Wendy Eller...
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- Spring '09
- Normal Distribution, American films