Assume you are a nursing director for a nursing home. You’ve been working at your facility for a
few short months when you learn the company that owns the home has been improperly
overbilling Medicare for the care and services provided to your residents. You bring this to the
attention of the company’s managers, but they do nothing. You then notify the appropriate
authorities (becoming a whistle-blower) and, dismayed by the fraud and other problems, you quit.
Why are ethics considered so important when studying organizational behavior?
The contingency approach suggests that
Overcharging Medicare for care and services provided to patients is an example of ______