I probably should say the "most difficult ethical decision" that you are comfortable to share because certain decisions concerning ethics we are unwilling to even talk about. If you unwilling to share your own experience, you might tell a story about someone else (as long as it is true).
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Does it mean that you would never work for a boss/company whose ethics you wouldn't approve?
Whether it is close to 80% or just a "moderate increase", aren't they both unethical or one just a "little" unethical? I would have fired you on the spot. My thought would be that you'd moderately steal from me too. You are ethical or you're not.
IDONO, I understand your question. I had genuinely misunderstood the guidelines for timesheets. The one I offered & agreed to stay was, deep in my heart, honest correction. Kallini - yes, I won't work for a boss or company in violation of my ethi
SidKemp, OK!!!!!! I didn't want to have to unfollow you, man. It's all good. But I hope you are close to retirement, because finding an ethical boss at an ethical company is, what do they say? A needle in a haystack?
Thanks for keeping me on my toes, IDONO! Been working for myself since 1993. It's hard even to find ethical clients!
The question was about the real experience. We all have the sense of right or wrong and there are plenty of decisions that we have make that involve our understanding of ethics. Explanation of what ethics is was not the question.
You asked a question. I answered directly quoting the first line I shared is, "Deciding to comment to this question is a difficult ethical decision." If you did not like the reason as explained. Then say so. Or have you? I ask forgiveness . . .
This sounds very difficult indeed. I did not have such an experience, but I'll keep it in mind if I come across reading about similar decisions. If it is any consolation, there is a theory that there are no wrong decisions.
Thank you for sharing. I have similar decisions to make very soon. I feel encouragement from this comment. I ponder your last statement. The bottom line is the decision is the individual's no matter the advice and etc.