102. Riley is an employment specialist for the Harristown Employment and Vocational Service, and he is delighted that one of his clients, Roxanne, has successfully found a good-paying job after a few counseling sessions with Riley. Today after lunch, Riley returns to his desk and finds a package from Roxanne, which contains a thank-you note, a box of expensive chocolates, and a check for $50 made out to him. Riley pockets the check to be cashed later this week, puts out the chocolates in the lunchroom to share with his colleagues--whose work was partly responsible for his ability to find Roxanne employment, and writes out a thank-you to Roxanne for her gifts, with best wishes for success in her new job.
a. Is Riley’s behavior ethical?