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Recently a customer canceled service due to finances. Two employees serviced the customer at different times of the day and do not know each other. Upon exiting the customer site one employee hears the customer discussing a side job with the other employee on the telephone. The employee in question was asked about if they were providing service on the side and calmly denied the accusation and appeared comfortable at all times. The accusing employee repeated her claim and doesn't have a reason to lie. Both employees are under 30 years of age, in the service industry and only have a high school education. Neither seems unethical but one of them is not telling the truth. How would you find out whose story to believe?  
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Seems like you dont enjoy working in that environment but keep on trying to talk to your manager till he/she pay full attention,....
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negotiating about the matter to all the customer will only solve conflict
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