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Com 295 - Ethics in Business Communication

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Ethics in Business Communication

Learning Team D

COM/295


Frances Moore wrote:

I have often told my clients that an employer can discriminate as much as they want as long as they don't write it down or verbally say it. The implications for a lawsuit are tremendous here. I have managers today that do not understand that they can't send me an email telling me why they didn't hire someone. All I need to know is yes or no and if they can be considered elsewhere. The problem today is you have people in management positions who have never been trained on HR etiquette and legality. For an organization and morals, it's hard to decide what to do and basically it ultimately comes down to what you can live with as far as the decision you make. There really is no right or wrong answer. I have frequently been through this type of scenario on multiple occasions and each time it was a different outcome.

Vilma Rios wrote:

Managers must have good communication skills. If they do not know how to do so, the employee are not going to know what is expected of them. In my own experience I have had great managers in my past jobs that really made it feel like we were a team. We were all held responsible for doing our task, and these were always made clear to us. It was no guessing game when it came to what we were expected to do on a daily basis. If you have a manager that can't or won't communicate it makes for an unproductive work place.

Vanessa Calzada wrote:

I really liked that my manager gets to know me and my interests so she can connect with me better. It makes me feel that she cares and that matters a lot in the work place. But its not just with me she does this with every single one of her crew members. I would say yes definitely it has a lot to do with the way she communicates. She knows to have a good working team she has to connect and the way she connects is through people’s interest and to let them know she doesn't just care about how we work.

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