What would you do if you saw a co-worker stealing supplies from the office, or discovered that another employee was using company time to run a side business? People encounter ethical dilemmas like these in their workplaces all the time, and while it’s usually clear when an employee is doing something wrong, it’s not always clear how to handle the situation.”We all have an innate ethic sense that lets us know the right thing to do, but we don’t always follow it,” said Mark Pastin, an ethics consultant and author of Make an Ethical Difference: Tools for Better Action. “Employees may go along with something they think is unethical because they fear the consequences of raising the issue.”
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