Exercise your ethics muscle: be honest at the self-service scanners

March 4, 2017 Triple Win ~bk

Exercise your ethics muscle: be honest at the self-service scanners

Coles and Woolworths trust us, their customers, to allow us to scan and pay for our own purchases. They trust that we know what to do, we know what is right and we want to do the right thing.

We can always argue we don’t know what to do (‘oh, was that a RED capsicum: I thought it was a green one’ which was half the price), or that we don’t know what is right (‘well I presumed that if it didn’t go through the first couple of times it wasn’t my problem’) or that we don’t want to do the right thing (‘the big supermarkets rip us off all the time, so it’s not my problem if I take a teensy bit from them sometime’).

Read the full article at Smallville.com.au

Rosemary Shapiro-Liu is a regular contributor to Smallville, a platform for small business owners who think big

 

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