I've been at my job about a month now. I'm starting to discover a few things that I don't like. Nothing illegal and nothing mind-blowing, it's just small things that aren't ethical. It's shafting a customer we know won't verify the orders, it's not paying back a customer that overpays our invoices, it's circumventing a shortage to make a few extra bucks. It's certainly changed my perspective on working for this place long-term. I felt pretty stupid being conscious of every penny of company money I'm spending or accounting for if they are treating customers like this (and, to be honest, getting away with it). I heard George Carlin's stand-up routine about business being about fucking the other guy before he fucks you the entire time I was finding this stuff out. Focus: Business ethics. Alt focus: Should I stay at a job where I have ethical issues with decisions the owners make? At this point, I'm going to find out more about industry practices and whether or not this is a widespread thing (the practice, in effect, is like ordering a 1/2 pound of meat and receiving 7.5 ounces instead of 8-just on a much larger scale). If I quit, based on ethical objections, would my next employer be impressed or wary?