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Unformatted text preview: with her friend and she was conflicted and had to look to her own morals to decide what to do. I too was face in a similar situation as Anita, but not as drastic. When working at Wegmans a local grocery store a cashier whom I had gotten to know over the last few months had wrong out my purchases as one dollar when my lunch should have come close to ten dollars for a sub and some pop. When seeing this happen before my eyes and him being my friend I did not know what to do. At the end of my work shift I decide to approach the front end manager to tell him about what was done and to pay for the rest of my lunch. My friend was disaplined and forgave me for reporting him. My decision was moral as well as Anitas for the same reasons as I previously stated. Although hard to do and struggling to make up my mind my moral decision was that I could not steal from the company in which I was working for. When that happens to you, what will you do?...
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