He also believes that employees further up the corporate ladder cheat more than those down below. He got this idea after delivering for years to one company spread out over three floors—an executive floor on top and two lower floors with sales, service, and administrative employees (Feldman wondered if perhaps the executives cheated out of an overdeveloped sense of entitlement. What he didn’t consider is that perhaps cheating was how they got to be executives.)
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Are there multiple choice answers?
nope... troll question is trolly... u'll never get the time u spent reading this question back @AliceCullen x'D
Good for me because I never actually read it because I didn't see choice answers xD @Jack1