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When I graduated college and began working for a large corporation I was under the impression that I would be part of a professional environmentMuch to my dismay I found that I was wrong when I met one of my coworkers who did not have a strong work ethic Dealing with this co-worker on an everyday basis has presented me with an ethical dilemma My coworkers continuing disregard for his daily work responsibilities and his pessimistic attitude affect the way our team performs as a whole I recall one of our first conversations when he educated me on the fundamentals of taking sick days He told me that I could take up to four sick days at a time without providing medical evidence from a doctor Each of these occurrences he said would count as one sick day and not four His exact words were Even if you arent sick you should just take the days anyway At first I thought to myself Wow I can really take advantage of this rule but on second consideration I thought How is this going to affect my work and the other members of my department As weeks passed on my new job my coworker came to me frequently with different ways to bend or break the rules of the company He tried to coach me on the finer points of taking paid time off for bogus volunteer days and the holidays of all different religions He also informed me about employee discounts tuition reimbursement and other loopholes he had found on the companys intranet site It seemed to me that most of his working hours were spent investigating the ways in which the company could be taken advantage of or cheated instead of focusing on work I felt that this was not a professional attitudeWithin the next month he took a seemingly bogus volunteer day off and surprisingly became sick during that day As a result he
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