Business Assignment #3 - Jerod Lane Business Assignment#3...

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Unformatted text preview: Jerod Lane Business Assignment #3 The Ethics of Multitasking A majority of the time when addressing the situation of ethical and unethical we seem to think of positive or negative situations that may fit under those categories. But sometimes it’s not always a situation it maybe an action that an individual engages in because of having a feeling of pressure to get things done now no matter what kind of personal situation they may have outside of the office. This action committed by people and as described above is multitasking. Multitasking believe it or not has ethical and unethical boundaries just like everything else in the business world. In this article multitasking is viewed as “unethical and is said that good managers won’t multitask themselves or require they’re employees to multitask either.” Because an individual may seem like they are getting things accomplished because they are multitasking in the reality of the situation they are not doing the work well and the work may reflect a less...
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2011 for the course SPORTS ADM 101 taught by Professor Debbie during the Spring '10 term at Capital University.

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Business Assignment #3 - Jerod Lane Business Assignment#3...

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