This case is mainly concerned with the ethics and personal and how it affects their perceptions and actions. It also deals with rewards and punishments and their influence on behavior. Susan is a student employee at a campus snack bar, to do between wanting what she thinks is caught, is right – take action to stop food away is the space that has not paid off – and the fear of negative consequences if they take such a measure. You also want to see students work … Read more »

This case is mainly concerned with the ethics and personal and how it affects their perceptions and actions. It also deals with rewards and punishments and their influence on behavior. Susan is a student employee at a campus snack bar, to do between wanting what she thinks is caught, is right – take action to stop food away is the space that has not paid off – and the fear of negative consequences if they take such a measure. They would also like to see students to work harder to quit, what they are assigned to the night shift and punished for stealing from the cash register. Almost all students have faced peer pressure to do things that violate their values ​​systems. The case helps students understand why they are so much ambivalence feel sometimes go along and sometimes to set limits. Some topics are ethical, others include criminal behavior. Questions include sexual freedom and experimentation, drug use and dealing, fraud, trespass and theft. The case also raises issues of corporate ethics and responsibility for creation, or the possibility of a climate that tolerated at best and at worst encouraged, illegal, criminal or unethical behavior.
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Kim Johnson,
Allan Cohen
Source: Babson College
3 pages.
Release Date: 1 January 2000. Prod #: BAB081-PDF-ENG
Dilemma in the Devil’s Den HBR case solution