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PART_DAY2_COM285_WEEK4 - STUDENT: Hi Tamara I remember this...

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STUDENT: Hi Tamara I remember this area of the business ethics course. Much of the company ’s time can be wasted through technological devices. I see this everyday at work, everyone talking on their cell phones and texting. I have a friend who waits to go to work to check her myspace and write people. I live in a small town with not really any large industries so it is easier to do stuff and not so critical. the thing about doing this at work is that the time you are spending doing this stuff could and should be used toward productivity for the industry. In my organization we have cameras everywhere that management watches so people have learned the little corners that are out of camera sight in order to check their text and to text people back. There is not an abundance of security issues in my organization but individuals privacy rights could be violated through cell phone use. It sounds like your organization does not trust its own employees. However, we need to understand the organization’s point of view. Nowadays it is not easy to trust people who you do
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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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