Saturday, October 15, 2016

Theft, Ethics and the Workplace

At one of my previous jobs, thither was a problem with take but in that respect was neer re exclusively in ally a good deal through with(p) about it. I worked at a golf game game cross with many job duties such as cleaning golf carts. I would withal bring members golf bags from the bag way to the golf carts and then book binding again when done. I would in addition stand on the ride identify and clean members golf edicts when they were done using them. I would also pick all the balls on the range with a golf ball picker. The stupefy I was in was cognise as a rosy-cheeked shirt. There would usually be about tail fin of us red shirts working at once and we were all round the same age range. n aboriginal of us were in spicy school at the time. We had a boss who was around virtually of the time but who also had other duties so he wasnt always watching us. He actually left frequent at about five or six. We could leave when all the carts were clean and e very intima cy was closed up. Depending on the time of year and how early it gets dark out this could range from 7 to 10 at night. What you also need to suck in is this wasnt your average golf course. This golf course was owned by Donald Trump and it was named after him. This club is very exclusive and the members are extremely wealthy because of the high school membership fees. Some of these members were very nice but others could be very rude because it seemed wish well they matt-up like they were wagerer than you because they are so wealthy.\nSo now is when the stealing started to come into play. When these golf carts would come in after a sidereal day out golfing they would be filled with all kinds of slobber that we had to clean out. Sometimes there were some good things order in the carts though. There would be unopened drinks and food. What we were pretty much told to do was to save these so they could sell them again. What we would do though is just keep them for ourselves. We felt we deserved them working so hard and nobody would discern except us. The big thing was when we would find unopened beer we...

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