Workplace Privacy and Employment Law Discussion Boards

THIS ASSIGNMENT HAS 2 PARTS. THERE ARE 2 CASES DISCUSSION BOARD QUESTIONS TO ANSWER. FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CORRECTLY ON EAHE DISCUSSION BOARD. Be careful with grammar, be professional, no plagiarism. REMEMBER THE REFERECES, ANSWERS ALL QUESTIONS, IN TEXT-CITATION AS WELL.

******DISCUSSION BOARD #1: Think about an unethical workplace privacy issue that either you or a colleague experienced. The experience should be an unethical situation in which an employee violated workplace privacy and consequences occurred.

1- In your mind, why was this situation an unethical issue?

2-What ethical model could explain the decisions made, both from the employee perspective and the employer perspective?

For this week’s discussion, incorporate the following concepts into your post:

A)Provide a brief description of the experience (scenario) with the outcomes.

B)Explain why this experience was an unethical workplace privacy issue.

C)What ethical decision-making model did you or your colleague use?

D)What alternative ethical decision-making model could have been used that would have provided a more favorable outcome? Explain.

*******DISCUSSION BOARD #2: Select one of the employment laws covered in this module that you, a family member, or a friend has experienced (no names). Conduct some credible research on the employment law your experience falls under. For your discussion:

1-Discuss why/how the company violated the employment or labor law.

2-Discuss the legal ramifications of the situation for both the employee and the employer.

3-Was there a legal case for the EEOC or Federal courts? Please explain.

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Different situations within the workplace environment influence the ease of engagement in business practice, but could also adversely affect the business in the event of ethical conduct violation. For instance, it was considered unethical in my previous workplace environment…
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