Due by asap and it is both reference and opinion. 1000 words long. Plus it is based on this blurb I found online...two corrupt scenarios.
The two instances that fall under the corrupt behavior category would be while I was working at KFC. One instance was when I was first starting, I was a cook. The health inspector would come in on its monthly check-up, of course on different days each month. But the store was always in bad shape...with some mold growing by the inventory, the fryers being dirty and needing changed more so than what they were at, and not following FIFO. The times I was there when the health inspector came in he would walk around and talk with the management then leave with two big meals in hand and who knows what else; the store would get a clean bill of health. Another instance would when I was told to cook rotten chicken when it should have been thrown out; I would hear some customers complain at that point the customer would receive a free meal and on their way they went. The reason for cooking bad chicken, as I found out later, was to save money to make the management bonus bigger. And no one got sick...that was a miracle.
The impacts these two instances have are on the employee, customer, store, and reputation of the whole organization as well. The employee level would be that they won't work hard to keep it clean, thus showing no pride in their store and thinking food safety doesn't matter. On the customer level they would be put off by the dirty store and bad product, which would make the sales drop, in which would make management not have too much labor in the store so not enough hours for the employees. The impact as a whole for the organization would be from customers who ate their and word of mouth from those customer's that tell others. Those negative feeling and comments would spread and then other would think this KFC in my town must be the same as that other so let's go somewhere else to eat.
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