Technology Risk Presentation Tammy Radcliffe XACC/210 • Limitations of Technology for E-Business System Technology is crucial in the daily operations of any business. Production of services is related to the technology used and it encourages an increase in productivity. Upgrades in technology gives an organization advantage to the competition. This could be cost effective to the organization compared to hiring new employees and paying high salaries in the long run. Technology has had several downfalls as well.
Policies and standards are integral to maintaining information systems security. Polices define the law and standards describes how to implement the policies. The policy should include the mission and objectives of the business as well as ensure the goals are met safely and securely. An effective information security policy defines the objectives of the business and outlines the strategy to achieve its goal. These policies and standards should inform employees, senior management to entry level, their required responsibilities for protecting the information system of the organization.
A personal search may consist of searching an employee’s body, and searching personal property (work station, car, tote bags and purses.. etc…) There could be plenty of legal issues if personal searches were heavily enforced in a work environment. Employees may file suits for mental anguish or emotional distress, bodily harm, invasion of privacy or defamation of character. I think a personal search should never be forced or done at random but used only when extremely necessary. Speculate whether employers should have more or fewer rights to monitor employee use of company equipment, such as laptops, tablets, and cell phones issued for out-of-office, potentially after-hours work. Suggest at least three methods for an employer to monitor its employees’ use of company equipments.
1.2 - A relationship between a manager and a social care worker. A relationship between a social care worker and a service user. Outcome 2 2.1 - It is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role as this sets out boundaries in your job role, enables you to know your role and responsibilities. Knowing your own level of competence and skills, knowing your job description. 2.2 - By following our company’s policies and procedures based on sector standards and guidelines; following our individual’s care plans and reading the code of conduct it’s all about protecting the vulnerable.
Firewalls are good and help against websites that are illegitimate. It’s also good to have an antivirus on your computer to help protect against people who are trying to hack into your system. Perhaps someone is trying to gain access to your financial information; the antivirus stops them from getting in. Always make sure that when you are checking your e-mail and receive an e-mail with an attachment if you do not know who it is from do not open it. I don’t even open e-mails from people I don’t know whether it has an attachment or not.
This paper will focus on internal policies and procedures for business contracts, electronic communications, and document retention related to these items. Business Contracts When creating a business contract, firms must create policies and procedures to run the business. Business policies and procedures must be clear and concise. Company policies represent the company’s operational goals and vision for success. Policies are expected to be followed by all employees and should include the consequences and repercussions of any policy violations.
What are the fundamental building blocks of a good, comprehensive ethics program that is created for the purpose of educating employees? The role of the Ethics Officer is to ensure that the corporation’s ethics and values remain from and center to all employees and in the business practices. Also, Ethics Officer is responsible for the global ethics office, which is created to provide guidance, education and training to all of the employees and to help them comply with the code of ethics in their work environments. 3. What are some of the issues relating to online marketing and ethical conduct?
Employers can manage internet usage by blocking employees from accessing certain sites (i.e. facebook, twitter, personal e-mail accounts, or sites that would appear non-business related). Another way to manage internet usage is to monitor how much time employees are spending on the website and what website are they accessing. • Mobile phone usage can be another factor in theft of time. If the company is monitoring call and the internet, an employee is most likely to use their cell phone to talk on personal calls, accessing social media and probably the most use is texting.
Support worker and colleague - maintaining professional duty of care and working together. Support worker and manager – agreed working ways and following the policies and procedures. Working with other agencies – being professional, clear records and communication. 2.1 The reason why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role is because it enables you to know your role and responsibilities; it sets out the boundaries in your job role, knowing your job description and your own level of skills and competence. 2.2 As there may be changes in policies within the law and your company may have to implement them to help protect the vulnerable individuals so this why it is important to have the access to full and up to date details of agreed ways of working.
Title VII and its amendments have made specific requirements to be upheld in regards to affirmative action and employer restrictions. Below are specified tips for management to abide by to avoid violations to Title VII. Organization must guarantee that the hiring, promotion, training, are understand and accessible to all employees equally. “If an affirmative action plan is to be adopted voluntarily, work with the union and other employee groups to try to ensure fairness and get early approval from the constituencies affected to ward off potential litigation” (Bennett-Alexander & Hartman, 2007, p. 219). Secondly, organizations must ensure voluntary affirmative action plans follow court ordered requirements.