Employee Privacy Persuasive Essay by Calwriter

Employee Privacy
A paper on how the lack of privacy in the workplace encourages contempt.
# 56495 | 1,348 words | 6 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Mar 10, 2005 in Business (Law) , Law (Business) , Business (Human Resources) , Hot Topics (General)


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Description:

This paper begins with a discussing and acknowledging some of the legitimate reasons that businesses have for monitoring the workplace and then takes a look at why too much monitoring, or monitoring in workplaces that have not traditionally been monitored, may have more deleterious effects instead of beneficial ones.


Thesis/Introduction: Lack of Privacy in the Workplace Encourages
Contempt.
Legitimate Limits
Economic Reasons for Supervision
Reasons of Inter-employee, and Employee-customer Safety
Reasons of Performance
Definition of Excessive Supervision/Invasion of Privacy.
Examples of Excessive Supervision/Invasions of Privacy.
Legal Consequences/Ramifications.
Effects of Legal yet Employee-Perceived Insufficient Privacy.
Effects on Performance
Effects on Morale
Possible Psychological/Health Effects
Ultimate Employee Contempt Results From:
Illegal/Unethical Supervision and Invasion of Privacy.
Legal yet Excessive Supervision/Surveillance or What Employees View
as Excessive Invasion of Privacy
Conclusion: Employees View Invasion of Privacy with Contempt that Transfers to Contempt for Employers and Supervisors

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APA Format

Employee Privacy (2005, March 10) Retrieved April 18, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/persuasive-essay/employee-privacy-56495/

MLA Format

"Employee Privacy" 10 March 2005. Web. 18 April. 2021. <https://www.academon.com/persuasive-essay/employee-privacy-56495/>

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