Originally Posted by Double Naught Spy
And why would you trust an employee who has disregarded company policy? Given that employment depends on abiding by the rules and an employee demonstrates that s/he is unwilling to abide by the rules to which the employee agreed as a pard of the condition for employment, then they cannot be trusted.
Pretty much agree with your post except this. I do not believe that someone who disobeys an unethical rule to be dishonest. I think the fact that an employee disregards these particular work rules might still be trustworthy. Employers can make rules that are legal but immoral. Therefore you may disregard them and still be honest IMO.
"God and the Soldier we adore, in time of trouble but not before. When the danger's past and the wrong been righted, God is forgotten and the Soldier slighted."