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Adam S Goit Professor Ellertson 390 Group Case On the clock? Time theft occurs in every industry. W. Glenn Robbins, President of Acroprint Time Recorder Company, recently quoted Robert Half in a study about time theft. Dr. Half stated, “Time theft costs American businesses hundreds of billions of dollars each year. [This theft] results from employees who “steal” from their employers by willfully wasting the time for which they are paid…approximately 4.5 hours per week from his employer or nearly six full workweeks per year.” This study clearly shows that time theft is an extremely common problem, and one all people will face quickly in their careers. Our focus as a group was specifically on time theft through employees taking long lunches. When faced with this issue we could base our decisions on a deontological view or a virtue ethics perspective. We believe the decision basically comes down to these two distinctive ethical frameworks. First, we examine an individual living by a deontological view. How would this person
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2011 for the course BUSMGT 390 taught by Professor Ellertson during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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