“If your friends jumped off a bridge, would you do it too?”
I’m sure all of our parents have said something along those lines to us before. The same principle applies in the office. Just because someone tells you to do something, you must use your judgement to determine whether or not it is right. “He told me to falsify that document,” won’t necessarily hold up in court unless you have it in writing and, even then, it still may not. So it’s better to be of good character and do the right thing now than do the wrong thing and pay the piper later.
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