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Group 3 - Monitoring Employees (Topic #1)


Discussion Topic: "Employers should have the right to electronically monitor employees as much as they choose. If employees don't like it, they should quit." Discuss your position on this ethical issue with your group, and use some of the following questions to help direct the discussion.
  1. What are your position(s) and supporting arguments on this issue? 
  2. How do you evaluate, weigh and balance these arguments in establishing your positions? 
  3. What is the group's "general" position on this issue? 
  4. How would you deal with this issue in the real business world? 
For help, email allan.jeong@doit.wisc.edu
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  1. Start here . , Apr 28 2000
  2. " Wizards - See & Dance; Hackers - Grope & Grunt; Employers/ees - Care & Share &quo . , May 02 2000
  3. Untitled . Joe W Barnard, May 03 2000
    1. How about productivity? . , May 03 2000
    2. It's a fair game . Ying Li, May 05 2000
  4. Electronic monitoring is only a tool . , May 03 2000
  5. Balance is the key . Jiayu Huang, May 03 2000
  6. Use of electronic monitoring mirrors the company culture . John Foster, May 03 2000
    1. I am astonished! . , May 05 2000
      1. Opportunism . Ying Li, May 05 2000
      2. Only a tool... . John Foster, May 05 2000
        1. Thanks for the "tip" . , May 06 2000
      3. Untitled . , May 06 2000
        1. Untitled . Kai Ning, May 08 2000
          1. Force or not force? . Eileen, May 09 2000
  7. Untitled . Hsieh Ching-Hsi, May 03 2000
  8. To be or not to be . Hsieh Ching-Hsi, May 03 2000
  9. Comparison of Direct Monitoring and Mangement By Objective . Kai Ning, May 04 2000
  10. Are managers always reliable? . , May 07 2000
    1. Personal e-mail . John Foster, May 08 2000


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