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When the employee feel unconfortable they will performance poor in the office. 32 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Learning Guide Unit 7 by Salmane Salih - Wednesday, 24 October 2018, 10:21 PM Great post Amanda, this really shows how some CEO's are egotistic and would not take any chance to change the way they operate their business and that drags to all the employees and plays a big role in their work attitude. I hope you never encounter a job like this.
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50 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Learning Guide Unit 7 by Rebecca Davis - Monday, 22 October 2018, 8:34 PM An example of a change to my workplace demographics would be when my current employer (a school district) implemented a time clock system, that caused everyone to clock in and out for work with the exception of those individuals that are considered exempt employee’s. Before a time keeping system was implemented Every employee that worked for the school district would get paid no matter what. It was basically on an honor system, if someone took time off and never recorded it they would just get paid like they worked. The school district implemented a time keeping system because they had too many un honest employees. Having employees take advantage like this was a waist of public funds (tax payers money.) Once a time keeping system was put into place there were many employees that still did not clock their time correctly for example, taking a lunch and not clocking out for it and running personal errands on company time. These things still happen but it is much easier for the payroll department to catch it with the help from their supervisors. More recently we had an issue with employees clocking into work from home, once payroll got wind of this we stopped allowing access to the time clock system unless you were on the districts IP address. When things of this sort happen it changes the way a company operates. It is very unfortunate that there are such dishonest people out in the world. 244 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Learning Guide Unit 7 by Maryflora Odhiambo - Tuesday, 23 October 2018, 8:28 AM Hallo Rebecca, This work place of yours is like the management is micro-managing the employees.The employees may feel suffocated after a period of time with this kind of system,but I like your article I did not know such still happen.
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Good job for articulating your article.Keep up the good job 53 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Learning Guide Unit 7 by Taylor Buck - Tuesday, 23 October 2018, 8:56 AM Hi there, Great job on this post. I believe your responses are well written and translated very clearly. Keep up the good work! 23 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Learning Guide Unit 7 by Amanda Santos - Tuesday, 23 October 2018, 7:28 PM Hi, Rebecca. It's sad that you have to deal with dishonesty. It's also a problem in my country. Most part of the workplaces here already have one and the public university of my city is going to start using it too.
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