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Unit 5 - Assignment 2

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Unit 5 – Assignment 2 1 Running head: UNIT 5 – ASSIGNMENT 2 Unit 5 – Assignment 2 / BUS207 David Watkins American Intercontinental University Online April 26, 2009
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Unit 5 – Assignment 2 2 Unit 5 – Assignment 2 / BUS207 Following my belief of principle of virtues for business, it would be wrong to pay an extra tip for a better table at a restaurant. Paying extra for preferential treatment in a restaurant is ethically the same as paying a bribe in business in order to win a contract. The difference in the two acts is that the tip in a restaurant is not illegal while the bride in business is illegal in the United States. The act of paying a large tip to secure a better table in a restaurant is wrong because you are causing someone else to receive a lesser table at the restaurant than they might have gotten if you hadn’t bribed the maitre d’. This tip has caused the unfair treatment of the other customers and set an unreal expectation that in order to be treated fairly you will have to pay. Even though
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