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Unethical as a subordinate to sell candy for fundraiser

I guess this could depend on how it is done. My coworkers ask for contributions to fundraisers for their kids. The way they do it does not feel unethical to me. They leave a form to order things in a ...
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Unethical as a subordinate to sell candy for fundraiser

Some places ban all selling of products. Some places allow limited selling of products. They require passive selling, and they need to approve the charity. You need to check with HR, the employee ...
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Unethical as a subordinate to sell candy for fundraiser

Unethical? No. Unlawful? Yes, no, maybe. Check with the HR department and/or your manager, they are the best ones to answer from the organization policy (or legality) point of view and provide ...
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Unethical as a subordinate to sell candy for fundraiser

Are there workplace policies against it? Then it's not OK. As far as ethical, I don't see this as an ethical question in any way provided you don't do anything that pressures other people into buying....
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Will turning down an offer ruin my chances of working at that employer in the future?

Will turning down an offer hurt your chances in the future? Maybe. It depends on how you turn them down. It depends on if they felt you were stringing them along, by negotiating with them but then ...
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Will turning down an offer ruin my chances of working at that employer in the future?

If I turn down this offer, will that ruin my chances of working another position there in the future? It might not ruin your chances, but it will certainly make things harder for you. If the future ...
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Will turning down an offer ruin my chances of working at that employer in the future?

No, in fact it would be extremely helpful in applying in the future. For one, people turn down offers all the time for various reasons, a hiring manager knows this, as long as you keep your response ...
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Will turning down an offer ruin my chances of working at that employer in the future?

No. It won't ruin your chance to work for that university in the future. They may not hire you right away next week or next month for this same position. But, they may consider other positions for you ...
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Does the fact that a job is part-time show up on employment history check?

There isn't any expectation that your resume contains all the information about your job history. People feel free to leave jobs off their resume if they are not relevant, and explicitly stating "...
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Does the fact that a job is part-time show up on employment history check?

I have received copies of several past background checks. None that I've seen asked whether the jobs were full or part-time. Nowadays, when questioning prior employers, the checkers tend to stick to ...
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Does the fact that a job is part-time show up on employment history check?

would an employment history check reveal that the job is part-time and not fulltime? Yes, a BG check could surely reveal this and other information about your past jobs. It could even show jobs that ...
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