Unformatted text preview: ssion ¨ ¿ ? ∙ “ * � � force 1 View1: as human resources is one of the most important fortunes to a company, companies should know the
health conditions of their employees. Decide whether a worker is competent for a job, decide cost on medical cares, ensure productivity View2: other aspects of employees’ personal life, if not directly related to work performance, are not need to expose to employers. Determining whether employers should have access to personal information about employees requires that the interests of businesses in ensuring productivity and stability be weighed against concerns about equity and privacy interests. On balance, my view is that employers should not have the right to obtain personal information about current employees without their consent. A business’ interest in maintaining a stable, productive workforce clearly justifies right of access to certain personal information about prospective employees. Job applicants can easily conceal personal information that might adversely affect job performance, thereby damaging the employ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2009 for the course ECAS asdfasdf taught by Professor Asdfaf during the Spring '09 term at Academy of Art University.
- Spring '09