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BUS 309Week 9 Quiz – Strayer Click on the Link Below toPurchase A+ Graded Course Material http://www.hwgala.com/BUS-309-Week-9-Quiz-Strayer-307.htm Chapter9—The Workplace (2): Today's Challenges MULTIPLECHOICE 1. Privacy a. is an absolute value. b. must be respected if we are to function as complete, self-governing agents. c. is something that employees today don't care about. d. is guaranteed by Article 3, section 3, of the Constitution. 2. The right to privacy of employees a. takes priority over other moral considerations. b. is clearly and unambiguously spelled out by the law. c. may conflict with an organization's legitimate interests. d. has to be given up in an era of global competition. 3. When it comes to obtaining information aboutemployees, a key concept is a. informed consent. c. economic efficiency. b. paternalism. d. positive externalities. GJ~zј
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BUS 309Week 9 Quiz – Strayer Click on the Link Below toPurchase A+ Graded Course Material http://www.hwgala.com/BUS-309-Week-9-Quiz-Strayer-307.htm Chapter9—The Workplace (2): Today's Challenges MULTIPLECHOICE 1. Privacy a. is an absolute value. b. must be respected if we are to function as complete, self-governing agents. c. is something that employees today don't care about. d. is guaranteed by Article 3, section 3, of the Constitution. 2. The right to privacy of employees a. takes priority over other moral considerations. b. is clearly and unambiguously spelled out by the law. c. may conflict with an organization's legitimate interests. d. has to be given up in an era of global competition. 3. When it comes to obtaining information aboutemployees, a key concept is a. informed consent. c. economic efficiency. b. paternalism. d. positive externalities. GJ~zј
Visit www.hwgala.com
BUS 309Week 9 Quiz – Strayer Click on the Link Below toPurchase A+ Graded Course Material http://www.hwgala.com/BUS-309-Week-9-Quiz-Strayer-307.htm Chapter9—The Workplace (2): Today's Challenges MULTIPLECHOICE 1. Privacy a. is an absolute value. b. must be respected if we are to function as complete, self-governing agents. c. is something that employees today don't care about. d. is guaranteed by Article 3, section 3, of the Constitution. 2. The right to privacy of employees a. takes priority over other moral considerations. b. is clearly and unambiguously spelled out by the law. c. may conflict with an organization's legitimate interests. d. has to be given up in an era of global competition. 3. When it comes to obtaining information aboutemployees, a key concept is a. informed consent. c. economic efficiency. b. paternalism. d. positive externalities. GJ~zј