Workplace Ethics: The High Cost of CompromiseKirk O. Hanson
This year's college graduates enter a job market nearly as challenging as the one confronted by last June's class, and scarce jobs make ethical decisions even tougher. How will the latest crop of corporate recruits respond when the boss suggests that they manipulate sales numbers, when they encounter a racially biased work environment, or when they are instructed to lie to cover up a mistake?
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