Your Ethics IQ measures your level of ethics intelligence. This is not an exact science but does provide insight into your ability to reason through ethical dilemmas and make the right choice. The first five question tests your personal ethics while the last five tests your knowledge of workplace ethics. Each question below has three possible answers. Each question is scored from 1 (least appropriate) to 3 (most appropriate). The scores are totaled and an Ethics IQ provided. There are three ranges of intelligence: high, medium and low. A description follows each range to help you understand what it means to be in each range. Choose the “best” answer for each question. &n bsp; &nbs
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A) Pocket the $20.
B) Tell the cashier and give him the $20 to return to the customer who is a regular.
C) Chase down the customer and return the $20
A) Use the posting to prepare for the exam but don’t tell the group members about it.
B) Inform the group members and use the posted information to prepare for the exam.
C) Ignore the posting.
A) Keep the extra $50.
B) Go back to the bank and give the extra $50 to the teller.
C) Wait to see if the bank realizes the mistake and deal with it then.
A) Provide a current photo.
B) Provide a current photo of a younger friend who looks like you.
C) Provide a photo of yourself from three years ago.
A) Confide in her that the cheating is going on.
B) Deny you know anything about it.
C) Tell her your friend hasn’t said anything to you about it.
A) Accept the offer from the company and don’t inform the firm.
B) Reject the new offer from the company and work for the firm.
C) Accept the new offer from the company and explain your decision to the firm.
A) Accept the date only if you believe it won’t affect your performance evaluations.
B) Accept the date without preconditions.
C) Decline the date.
A) Ignore it: You don’t want to get your friend in trouble.
B) Speak to your friend: Give her the opportunity to correct the mistake.
C) Inform the other team members: Let the team decide what to do.
A) Speak to the employee the next day when she comes to work.
B) Let it go and say nothing.
C) Fire the employee because you have lost trust in her.
A) Fire the employee who posted the critical comments.
B) Ignore the comments.
C) Meet with the employee to discuss the comments.
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