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Team paper week 4 - Eddies Section Social Contract Describe...

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Eddie’s Section: Social Contract Describe the social responsibilities that the business has as an organization. Include information on how these social responsibilities are addressed by technology and relate to individuals in the organization. Identify the ethical issues for the organization and individuals along with the effect that current or emerging technology has on these issues. Describe how the human resources function uses or might use technology in supporting the organization and individuals in meeting social and ethical responsibilities. Include policies that exist or might exist for this support. Give specific examples in areas such as the following: Ownership of intellectual output, privacy of personal information and internal organizational communications, accuracy and quality of information, access to information, flow and content of information, and obligations of organizations created by the use of information Social Contract “A social contract is an unwritten or tacit agreement among the members of an organization, a community, or between the governed and the government guiding individual behavior and establishing personal rights and responsibilities. A social contract is deemed essential for any organized group behavior and, in democratic societies, is embodied in the national constitution .” Business Dictionary (2011) The social responsibilities of The American Red Cross are led by a Board of Governors with all of the powers of governing and directing, and of overseeing the management and affairs of the organization. As one of the world’s largest and most recognized, nonprofit organization, established to prevent and alleviate human suffering wherever it may be found, to protect life and health and to ensure respect for the human being, in its international and national capacity. The American Red Cross’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is to make sure that the financial contributions made to the organization are utilized to train volunteers and to obtain the necessary services to fulfill
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