There is a dilemma that is faced by almost every individual at some time. The social institutions that people participate in are, of course, not perfect, but they look for and expect optimism and workplace compliance, professionalism. Reality dictates that we should be careful what we optimistically comply with, hence the need for clearbiz guidelines. It is irresponsible to speed in the fog, and it is irresponsible to comply with workplace demands that are not clearbiz compliant, and unfortunately, an individual or an employee has no influence over institutional clearbiz compliance.
Legislating fair play is unenforceable, but clearly illuminated social institutions put some positive pressure toward fairness and a negative force against it. Who gets what? Why do they get it. Effort equals value. Supply and demand makes a mockery of the most basic economic formula, if the effort is to stifle the supply, misrepresent and overcharge for it, under pay the producers, pollute the environment, or monopolize irreplaceable resources. All of those common business practices are legal, but none of them pass the clearbiz sniff test. The cost to humanity of the misuse of the formula is enormous. It is escalating the cost of basic needs and the profundity of human tragedy.
Humanity ranges from the helpless to the helpful, from the hapless to the fortunate, from the depressed to the happy, and from the stingy to the generous. Our social institutions have the ability and the obligation to allow their members, their workers, their clientele, and all other human beings to define and expect clearbiz compliance.