Taking a Position - Taking a Position Constance Duff CRT...

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Taking a Position Constance Duff CRT 205 November 23, 2009 Timothy T. Boyd
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Part A 1. The key issue in the comic strip is employee theft and whether or not to do the right thing and report that problem. Anita suspended judgment for a day before she made the decision make a report to Human Resources. The comic strip does not say what she reported to HR about, so for all we know she called in just to tell HR that there is a glitch in the payroll system or there are employees using this glitch to better themselves. Anita had just as much of a financial problem as her friend and yet she still chose to do the right thing. When Anita is looking into the issue her position is both logical and moral value. For a lot of people, the first thought in one’s head is, “That’s wrong” this is a moral value that we have. However, Anita did not just say it’s wrong and call HR she went back home and thought about the idea. She used logic to make her final decision. Taking the position that Anita took, Anita solves the
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