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Many organizations have rules that are supposed to prevent employee theft. Which of the following is the most logical reason employees might steal from their employer? a. The definition of employee
theft depends on the organization.b. Some people are more likely to engage in employee theft than others.c. They feel the organization does not treat them as well as they deserve.d. They needed to steal to support themselves or their family.
d. They needed to steal to support themselves or their family.
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