Generation Y: Ethics and Integrity

Some may doubt Gen Y’s ethical integrity. It’s up to you to make sure you’re not part of the problem.

Imagine for a moment that you've been asked to collect money from your co-workers to buy decorations for your office holiday party. The boss gave you an envelope and sent you on your way with clear instructions: Ask every one of your 50 co-workers if they want to pitch in some money for the party. By the end of the day you have $150 in cash. No one knows how much you collected except for you. Would you: a) total up all the money and give it to your boss, or b) take a little of it for y

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