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Unformatted text preview: Employee Rights/ Employer Duties Employee Rights/ Employer Duties Right to organize and bargain, right to a safe and healthy workplace, right to privacy, and duty to discipline fairly and justly. Right to blow the whistle, right to equal employment opportunity, and right to be treated with respect to fundamental human rights. Employee Duties/ Employer Rights Employee Duties/ Employer Rights No drug or alcohol abuse, no actions that would endanger others, and treat others with respect and without harassment of any kind. Honest and appropriate disclosure, loyalty and commitment, and respect for employer’s property an intellectual capital. 1. Electronic monitoring 2. Office romance 3. Drug and alcohol testing 4. Honesty 1. Organize and bargain collectively 2. Safe and healthy workplace 3. Secure job testing Employee rights: Privacy in the workplace: Employee Drug Testing Employee Drug Testing Arguments favoring it include that it supports U.S. policy to reduce illegal drug use and availability, improves employee productivity, and promotes safety in the workplace. Arguments favoring it include that it decreases employee theft and absenteeism and reduces health an insurance costs. Employee Drug Testing Employee Drug Testing Arguments against it include that it invades an employee’s privacy, violates an employee’s right to due process, and may be unrelated to job performance. Arguments against it include that it may be used as a method of employee discrimination, lowers employee morale, and conflicts with company values of honesty and trust. Whist-Blowing Employee Drug Testing Arguments against it include that it may yield unreliable test results, ignores effects of prescription drugs, alcohol, and over-the- counter drugs, and drug use is an insignificant problem When an employee believes their employer has done something that is wrong or harmful to the public, and they report the alleged misconduct to the media, government, or high for some companies. company officials. Wage Level Whistle-Blowing To justify it, the...
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course MAN 4701 taught by Professor Putchinski,l during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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