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An Employee’s View CRT 201 Version 1 1 Western International University Material An Employee’s View Two employees have discovered that a coworker has been altering her timecard. One of the  employees thinks that filing a report with management is unnecessary. The other employee  argues for filing a report.  Assess the above argument from the perspective of the employee, Jack, who wants to file a  report. Use the text boxes to respond to the following questions: What is known by the employee? What are the employee’s expectations for the situation? ©2010 Western International University. All rights reserved. Jack is aware that Carrie has been changing her timecard to make it look like she is always on time and  staying late. Jack is also aware that it can reflect badly on the rest of “us”. Jack is also aware of Carrie  having two young children and that at the end of the day he strongly believes Carrie’s behavior is unethical.
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2010 for the course IT CRT 205 taught by Professor Ellishodgdon during the Spring '10 term at Western Intl..

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