We've all done things we don't necessarily want to do in order to secure a paycheck, for example, getting out of bed in the morning. And most of us have been asked to do things by a manager or employer that were unfavorable, repellant, or even unethical. This coming from someone who has spent hours and hours of my early 20's "marrying" ketchups (if you know, you know). But how far would you go for your job? Would you break the law?
Someone asked Reddit: "What’s that one blatantly illegal or unethical thing management forced you to do at work??"
1.) From NeonTampon:
My boss actively encourages us to commit fraud. It's fantastic, she hates me because I refuse, but she can't fire me because then she'd have to admit her wrong doings. I love how uncomfortable she is whenever I talk to the owners.