Technology and Ethics in the Workplace
This project explores the broad range of ethical issues that have emerged in the workplace due to the use of technology. This not only involves computer ethics, but also other forms of technology such as cell phones and employee identification cards. As the use of technology in the workplace explodes, there are many ethical issues and standards of conduct regarding privacy and accuracy for organizational leaders to address. In exploring the ethical issues that the Information Age has brought to the workplace this paper focuses on the privacy, accuracy, and property rights for both the present and the future workplace. Organizations must be proactive in addressing ethical use of technology and employees must be knowledgeable about the ethical policies of the organization.
Holloway-Ekey, Annmarie, "Technology and Ethics in the Workplace" (2005). Honors Independent Research Papers. Paper 3.
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