Unformatted text preview: Assignment Part B: When I was working for a company, we had a manager that was doing some unethical things. Not only was she cheating to get the numbers the company wanted the store to achieve, she was also stealing money and food. Knowing that I stood for none of what she was doing, she never did it in my presence. After hearing of this on several occasions from other employees, whom might I add feared that they would be terminated if they said something I took matters into my own hands. I reported the information to our Company Business manager and they launched an investigation. What they found was not enough to get her fired, but she was put on a written final notice. Stealing is wrong no matter what you are taking or who you are taking it from....
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2010 for the course CRT 205 taught by Professor Michellevreeman during the Spring '10 term at Phoenix School of Law.
- Spring '10