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Unformatted text preview: of their shift. However the question I asked myself was is it the right thing to do? What if I got caught? What were the consequences? I faced a pantheon of questions and really did not feel comfortable doing it. It wasn’t about the ethics, to me it was more about the principle. Meaning if today you ask me to do this, what would you ask me to do tomorrow? Subsequently that person left on the assumption that I was going to do them a favor. However I did not, as it turns out the individual in question left work and went to rob someone’s house. They investigated and found out that because I did not do him that favor it helped pin point his motive. Moral of the story here is this, if you do not feel comfortable doing it then don’t. Pride is a small price to pay in order to sleep comfortably at night....
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This note was uploaded on 07/03/2010 for the course BUS 1030 taught by Professor Gapes during the Spring '10 term at Everest University.
- Spring '10