Thursday, May 28, 2009

How many times this happened to you? You sit by the computer at your job place during your work time and you trying to send a private e-mail or browsing on line when your manager walks in and sees you wasting valuable time. Monitoring employees' use of company computers, e-mail, and the internet involve the same basic issues as come into play with general searches at work, telephone monitoring, and video surveillance. Those basic issues revolve around letting employees know that as far as work is concerned, they have no expectation of privacy in their use of company premises, facilities, or resources and they are subject to monitoring at all times. Naturally, reason and common sense supply some understandable limitations, such as no video cameras in employee restrooms, and no forced searches of someone's clothing or body, but beyond that, almost anything is possible in the areas of searches and monitoring. >>>>>> is this good begging with a hook and is the thesis statement should be incorporated into the beginning of the paragraph or only in the research question?

1 comment:

  1. I think this is a good start - now think about how you'll move into your research question.