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Youre the VP of a medium-sized organization that uses chemicals in its production processes. You`ve hired a highly competent scientist to ensure that your company complies with all environmental laws and safety regulations. This individual informs you that a chemical the company now uses in some quantity is not yet on the approved Environmental Protection Agency list. However, it has been found to be safe and is schedules to be placed on the list in about three months. You can`t produce your product without this chemical, yet regulations say that you`re not supposed to use the chemical until it`s officially approved. Waiting for approved would require shutting down the plant for three months, putting hundreds of people out of work, and threatening the company`s survival. What should you do?

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Yes. Not only are you saving the money you would have spent on the employees, but you are saving your companies reputation in the long run. You don't want to be sued later down the line for some reason just because you couldn't wait three months. There are always good workers that need jobs that are qualified for whatever task you need them to do. If your former employees don't come back, there is always someone different and better waiting in line to take their job.

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Get rid of it...or you will be ruined even more than u think.

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If i were in your shoes I would take the chance and shut down the plant I mean if there is definitely nothing else you can do

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