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(Solution document) A few months ago, you graduated from business school and began working at a company. Your boss is sending you to a conference in Amsterdam.


A few months ago, you graduated from business school and began working at a company. Your boss is sending you to a conference in Amsterdam.

At company employees have option of getting an advance for their plane tickets, instead of paying for them and being reimbursed later. this company also has a policy of sending employees business class on any flight of five hours or more. You were surprised at the amount of the advance for the business-class ticket and realized that you could use it to buy two coach tickets.

You can't really afford a vacation, and it would be nice to stay in a good hotel and enjoy the sights in Amsterdam. Since the company is so large, and you submit your receipts to the accounting division, your boss would never know if you bought one or two tickets. Two coach tickets may even cost the company less money.


Questions

1.      Should you ask your boss if you can use the money to buy two tickets?

2.      Does the fact that the two coach tickets cost less justify not telling your boss?

3.      What is the basic ethical problem here?

 







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