Dula Gibbon was recently promoted to accounting manager and now has a new boss, Tim Paine, the corporate controller. Last week, they went to a two-day workshop on accounting security. During the first hour of the first day’s program, Paine disappeared. The same thing happened on the second day. During the trip home, Gibbon asked Paine about the conference. Paine replied, “I haven’t sat in on one of those workshops in years. This is my R&R time. Those sessions are for the new people. My experience is enough to keep me current. Plus, I have excellent people, like you, to help me.”
Does Dula Gibbon have an ethical dilemma? If so, what is it? What are her options?
How would you solve her problem? Be prepared to defend your answer.

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