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Unformatted text preview: employees. You are basically saying that the rules the business has are not set in stone and that they can be bent and broken without out consequence. 3. Until Andrew starts slacking or changes the way he works for me I would just look the other way and let him continue his other jobs. I dont want to lose him as an employee if I tell him he cant work his other jobs but I also dont want to give him a raise if I dont have to. 4. I think that each employee is different and some will be able to handle multiple jobs and I dont think there is anything wrong with that if they can handle it. On the other hand there are some people that would not have the same production if they were working multiple jobs compared to if they only worked one. However I do think in the long run it would be beneficial to the company to get rid of the no moon lighting rule...
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course MGT 20200 taught by Professor Gaglio during the Fall '08 term at Notre Dame.
- Fall '08