Hibb’s Web Essay

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Hibb’s Web

Overview The Uvex Corporation was a small family-owned medical center on the southwest coast and as the business becomes flourished, the company restructured the organization for better service for its patients. Since after reorganization, Alex Fuhrman was worked as head the administration of the cancer research and treatment division. Christopher Hibbs, previously worked as a bookkeeper for the city of Sacramento, and currently hired to be an accounting manager for the West Coast division. Frederick Fontaine, the Manager of West Coast, has found a memo on Hibbs’ desk about doubt Alex was the person who cause fund missing since Alex was the director of accounting and finance. The unavailable communication between Alex
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Frederick doubted Hibbs did not have the ability to make changes to the accounting system. It is reasonable to believe that Hibbs felts that Frederick distrust him with the modification. Hibbs felts unsecure, not being trust, which could lost self-confident, and lead to negative self-esteem. In results Hibbs might lose passion of his job that could affect his behavior towards the job and others. When Hibbs accused Alex was the person who cause fund missing since he was the director of accounting and finance. Frederick did not act as a manager when dealing about the memo. He did not find evident to prove the memo’s words were truth or not. Alex might think that Frederick believes the memo is real and he was the one cause fund missing. This could be the critical reason for Alex to commence a libel suit against Hibbs and the Corporation. There is a lack of fit between process and individual. Hibbs had high praise in his recommendation letter from previous boss, so he may be also a competent person. The environment and external forces that could be influenced Hibbs’ behavior. Hibbs was not being trust by his manager, and succumbed to the pressure from the department heads. Therefore he made fraudulent statements to understate the expenses, and when Hibbs was unable to reconcile the statement, he force to slander toward Alex. The disloyalty behavior of what Hibbs did was not only unethical, and illegal that might cause him dismiss or commence a lawsuit.

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