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A Case Study

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S Maithya

on 7 October 2012

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photo (cc) Malte Sörensen @ flickr He was accused of “time theft”; that is he claimed
for pay for time he had not worked. 2.Why was he fired? 3.Discuss why you personally believe Mr. Andrews should or should not have been fired.
Your opinion on one or the other outcome. The group agreed that Mr. Andrews should not have been fired based on the following assumptions:
a)The supervisor had not allocated any work for him.
b)He had requested the supervisor for work and had not been given.
c)He had never been cautioned by the supervisor.
d)He had not been made aware of any organization policy that barred constant surfing of the web during working hours (no prohibition).
e)He had been a loyal employee for the firm and had produced good results; his habits had never been of question prior to this time.
f)This could have been a “witch-hunting” scenario (malicious blame).
g)There existed no documented warnings within the firm that he had signed on to prevent him from daily access of the web for personal reasons. Suggest written or visual cases 4.Discuss your thoughts on the supervisor’s role and
policy with respect to proper use of computer resources. The supervisor should:
a)have banned illegal sites.

d)There should have been a government policy, documented and signed by employee to bar him from such acts. a)Proper documented government policy to bar employees from such acts.
b)Employees should sign a contract that makes them consent that they would not undertake such acts.
c)Disciplinary measures (where the employees go against signed on guidelines).
d)Random checks to see what employees are working on.
e)Barring internet sites that do not relate to work (limiting internet access).
f)Ensuring employees are kept busy with office work.
g)Working with sufficient employees to ensure workload is apportioned appropriately at any given time. 5.From a Human Resource Planning perspective what should be in
place so this type of incidence does not happen? Time Theft:
What is it? f)he should assigned Mr. Andrews enough work to keep him occupied. e)he should have regularly checked on Mr. Andrews' activities on a random basis to detect any inappropriate and unauthorized access of the web. c)Taken disciplinary measures at the first instance Mr. Andrews sat idle to surf the web. b)warned Mr. Andrews on his persistent access of the web for personal use. 1.Should Mr. Andrews have been fired? No Examples of employees fired for various reasons Thank you Emerald Group BADM 330 Presentation
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