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Unformatted text preview: stop while he/she is ahead. Also it would benefits everyones self interest because the teammate would be more productive and improve work ethic. 3. Your former college roommate works for a competitor, and while youre out one night, asks you what the deal is regarding marketing plans for a new product your company is releasing next month. 4. You learn that your colleague is adding additional, leisure-related expenses onto his travel reimbursement requests. There is an issue for the colleague to be expensing leisure-related events because it is taking away from other employees, and the company. It is stealing and very unethical. The ethical approach for deciding what to do would be utilitarian. I would choose this approach because it affects the greatest good for the greatest number of people. 5. A client gives you a gift, right in the midst of an important negotiation....
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