Surveillance In The Workplace Research Paper by The Research Group

Surveillance In The Workplace
Considers the issue of employee privacy and reasons for and against surveillance.
# 73191 | 3,390 words | 15 sources | MLA | 2004 | US


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This paper considers the issue of employee privacy, reasons for and against surveillance and legal and ethical consequences. It describes various means and technology employed in gathering and retaining information.

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"Employers have long been concerned about how to improve productivity in the workplace. Unions were formed in part to ensure that workers received regular breaks and rest periods but many employers assume that their employees do not work at maximum productivity all of the time. With the increased dependence of the business world on the Internet employers are concerned that employees are surfing the Web on company time and certainly this assumption is correct in some cases. Just as companies worked out rules for ..."

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