What should a manager do with a multinational company as its employee admits that he may have accidentally killed someone? The facility where they work in Vietnam, the employee, a native, is reluctant to face the charges given his concerns about the fairness of the local legal system. He studied with advice and help. The case B (UV1170) updated the situation and provides additional fodder for discussion.

What should a manager do with a multinational company as its employee admits that he may have accidentally killed someone? The facility where they work in Vietnam, the employee, a native, is reluctant to face the charges given his concerns about the fairness of the local legal system. He studied with advice and help. The case B (UV1170) updated the situation and provides additional fodder for discussion.
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Andrew Wicks,
Simon Weillaert,
Jenny Mead
Source: Darden School of Business
7 pages.
Release Date: 31, July 2008. Prod #: UV1168-PDF-ENG
Gambling and Death in Vietnam (A) HBR case solution