57. Tiana was asked to “cook the books” of a company she was auditing. She did not realize the unethical action she was making because she did not believe her boss would ask her to do something againstthe rules. She believed herself a good person and also believed that other people tend to think likeher. Tiana was demonstrating: A. Self-serving bias B. Obedience to authority C. Overconfidence D. False consensus effect E. None of the above 58. Which of the following is False regarding the travel ban set in place by executive order a few weeks ago? 59. Jamie started a new job today. All her new co-workers promised her that it was the best place to workand that it was such a perfect company. It came off as a little over the top, but they all seemed likegood people. Jamie believed that she was a good person so she figured it would be a good fit and that
if anything came up that she thought was wrong, she would always know how to handleherself.
Which of the following would be the best approach for Jamie to adopt and internalize with regards to her keeping her ethical antennae up? 60. Rocky worked as a trainer at Mighty Mick’s Gym. His employment was “at will”. Mickey, the owner ofthe gym, fired Rocky because he didn’t think Rocky was the right fit for the gym, but admitted thatRocky didn’t do anything wrong. If Rocky brings a wrongful termination suit against Mickey, which ofthe following is TRUE?
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