Ethical Situations Group Activity

Ethical Situations Group Activity - GROUP 1 You are working...

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GROUP # 1 You are working as a cashier at Target, a job you love. A customer gave you a $50 bill but walked off without receiving his change. GROUP # 2 You are in charge of payroll. You enter the hours employees work into the system, and from there, paychecks are generated. You have control over your hours, too. No one double checks your work (due to cutbacks, the company has laid off your boss so no one double checks your work). GROUP # 3 You work for Nestle and there is a ton of products in your boss’s unlocked office. On occasion, you are allowed to take some products, but with your boss’s permission. On this particular night, you are the last one to leave and are trusted to lock up. You haven’t gone grocery shopping and are a little broke this week. GROUP # 4 You work in the accounting department for Sears. One of your customers, Craftsman, sends your department a check for $200 for an outstanding bill they owe you. A week later, they send another check but didn’t owe you anything. This was an obvious error on
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course BUS M 201 taught by Professor Mcgregor during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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