Doing Unto Others

Enron. Tyco. WorldCom. Adelphia. The names of these once-respected companies now have become synonymous with treachery and deceit. Highly publicized misdeeds at such corporations have fueled media speculation that dishonesty has become an accepted fact of life in the American workplace. In The Cheating Culture: Why More Americans Are Doing Wrong to Get Ahead, author David Callahan contends that cheating isn't just for criminals anymore; everyone's doing it, he asserts, and the average Joes and Janes keep on doing it because they see everyone else doing it—and because they're afraid they'll fall behind if they don't. In a nationwide study last January of small and mid-sized business owners in a variety of industries (including retail) by the George S. May International Co., a management consulting firm in Park Ridge, Ill., two-thirds of the 253 respondents said they are more concerned
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