MGT 141 Seminar 2 DQ

MGT 141 Seminar 2 DQ - 1 Do you believe it is ethical for...

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1 Do you believe it is ethical for organizational managers to try to get access to an scrutinize the Facebook pages of employees or job applicants? Discuss. It is not ethical for organizational managers to scrutinize Facebook pages of employees or job applicants, but the laws against information gathering aren’t really cut and dry, and neither are the opinions regarding the ethics of it either.[Daf16]. If someone puts something on a “social media” site, then it is up there for everyone to see and in that fact to scrutinize. It really is a great way for companies to get a first- hand look at an applicant or someone that works for the company already that they are having questions about. 2 Is it ethical and socially responsible for large corporations to lobby against an SEC rule requiring that they report the ratio of the CEO's pay compared to that of their average employee. Discuss. In regards to reporting the ratio of the CEO’s pay compared to that of their average employee utilizing the practical approach which is used
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