These are some of the questions that have driven the research reported in this book written by an interdisciplinary group of researchers in computer ethics medical ethics and moral philosophy this book provides a broad overview that covers both empirical and normative aspects of workplace privacy. Society for human resource management companies that work to build and maintain ethical workplace cultures are more financially successful and have more motivated productive employees . Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. From an ethical standpoint researchers are concerned with the attack on employees privacy and autonomy that electronic monitoring systems appear to represent hartman 2001 it is imperative that . The genetic revolution in the workplace ch 1 genetic screening at work risk and responsibility in the era of predictive medicine gerard de vries ch 2 ethical legal and practical aspects of genetic testing at work marja sorsa and karel van damme pt ii information technology and privacy at work ch 3
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