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The Part-Time Job with a Full-Time Challenge
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RESOLVED: George will confront John about his illegal behavior.

1. What’s at stake for the key parties, including those that may disagree with you? What is important to them? What does the target value and why?

George the part-time worker: John, his friend who is also his night time manager adjusted invoices and inventory reports in order to steal cash conflicts with his honesty, integrity and legality value. John's actions were wrong and could have serious legal repercussions. George is now involved so he can be punish with fines or sentence to prison if John were caught because he was presence and an acquaintance of John. He doesn’t want to be a rat by snitching or be a goodie-two-shoe by telling his friend it is wrong.

John the night time manager: If he is caught, he may face jail time and a criminal record that will be hard for him to be employ again. Getting quick cash is important to him. He value dishonesty because he doesn’t feel like it is wrong to take advantage of unaccounted car parts and basically steal money from the company that trusted him.

Car parts store the employer: Their profit is at stake because a fraudulent manager felt like he can use the loophole of undocumented inventory to fake returns for cash. Employer values honesty, integrity, responsibility and strong work ethics because it enable the company to operate smoothly and earn profit.

2. What are the main arguments you are trying to counter? That is, what reasons and rationalizations will you encounter?

The main argument I am trying to counter is if it wasn’t for John, the night manager who had put in a good word for George, he might have not get the job. Therefore, one would say George should not be ungrateful toward a friend who helped him land the job. He had been...

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