Here's a question for you all. I work at a hotel in Anchorage, Alaska doing night shift stuff over the weekend. Our management staff, and entire front desk staff, has had a massive turnover and I'm now the longest working employee at the hotel with just under 9 months working the desk. In this time the new management and the old management apparently had no communication because all the old recycling we use to do of products (ink, paper, plastics) has all stopped and they recently threw away about 2 dozen used inkjet cartridges that would normally have been recycled for a huge discount on future ink. In addition they went through and tossed all the trinkets and photo's our frequent guests will give us from other states or countries. I'm not going to say that previous management had their **** together when it came to running the place, but the new management apparently never ran a hotel before and got their jobs through either sweet-talking or no-one-else-will-take-it. Their zeal for cleanliness is in contrast with their ability to operate at an efficient level. So I just came across an old box tucked away under a desk that is labeled "Lost & Found" that has a thick layer of dust over it. There is no information on the products that would illuminate their owner or where they were found or even when they were found. If put in this situation would you: A: pilfer the box for it's goodies (including several knives, a maglite, some xbox 360 stuff, and other oddities) B: not pilfer the box I'd like to say an option would be to track down owners but that really isn't likely. I'm just wondering if management won't just throw out all this stuff too. On a side note I'm already looking for new employment. All my counterparts were fired or forced to quit because of their "attitude" towards the managers.