1. Your company has a strict policy on not accepting gifts valued over $15. A key vendor for your company sends you flowers on your birthday. The arrangement is quite large, so you know it clearly exceeds the $15 limit. What do you do?
2. It is 9:00 p.m., it is raining, and you are hungry. You are on your way home from a long workday. You only have $5 in your wallet, so you decide to go to a fast-food drive-through to get dinner. You order carefully so as not to exceed your $5 limit. You hand the drive-through employee your $5, and he gives you change and your meal. You place it all in the passenger’s seat and drive home. When you get home, you discover that the fast-food employee gave you change for $20. What would you do?
3. Typically, in the fast-food business, employees whose cash boxes are short or over more than once are at risk of being fired. If you initially were going to keep the money, but now you know the employee who gave you too much cash could get fired because you decided to keep the money, would you still keep the money?
4. You have just been promoted to boss. What are the first five things you should do?
5. What is the best method of dealing with an ethical decision regarding the performance of an employee?
6. What would you do if you noticed an employee treating another employee in a discriminatory manner?