Unformatted text preview: employees are producing as expected. However, the monitoring activity must be carefully executed as sometimes it may lead to violation of the privacy and the company may face expensive lawsuits. I believe that limiting the use of the phone and e-mails to business only is a good policy. Indeed, employees who surf Internet or work on personal things may lead their employers to think that they have too much time on their hands or that their workload is not enough to fulfill the employee’s time. Further, surfing the Internet and download junk software may jeopardize the company as the person’s computer may get infected with a virus or a Trojan virus that allows hackers to steal personal information. I disagree on monitoring the content of employees’ e-mails as it may show lack of trust in the employees and certainly it will not help to build goodwill within the company....
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2011 for the course COM 285 taught by Professor Brewer during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
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