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Unformatted text preview: 1. Issues facing the unit manager concerning ethical responsibilities in: Business Whether or not to accept the invitation to bribe (or to report) the zoning inspector. By reporting the inspector, you are now in the awkward position of maybe having created an enemy who may be tightly integrated with the county inspection bureaucracy. You will also now owe them a favor, and when you refuse in the future, you may all of a sudden get "re-inspected" only to find your establishment is out of code. Circumventing the county code as a way of achieving a competitive advantage over other competing establishments? While this one foot deviation may seem minor, it is still an example of taking part in corruption. It is probably illegal to bribe a county official during an inspection, (and illegal for them to accept the bribe.) Natural Environment What are the environmental consequences for having an enclosure 1 foot closer to the property line than...
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