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genetics week 3

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genetics week 3 MGMT


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These notes cover the end of chapter 3 and ALL of chapter 4
Communicating in business
Robert Gayle Insley
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Date Created: 09/17/16
Management  Week 3  UNT   Communication technologies chapter 4  o Keeping up with technology is a must for professionals  Wall street journal writes an article “obsolete at 40” o Three simple things that can keep us updated   Whats out there   What is in prototype   How do we use it   When do we use it   When does it come out  o Workplace telepressure   Expecting employees to be on call during nontraditional hours and days   Technology allows us to be at work without being at work   Vation weekends holidays   Technology allows us to work nontraditional hours in addition to  normal schedule   Technology leads to stress, health decline, reduced productivity   Can be the company's responsibility to be aware of what is going on within its meetings   Germany and france made laws restricting work hours   21% businesses work 25/7  44% check email on vacation   54% check email while skick   Downsides to employees   Less family tie   Missed opportunities with other coworkers   Decreased motivation   Decreased organizational skills   Increased stress   Physical health complications   Increased burnout rate   Downsides to businesses   Less people want to work there   Increase pay demands   Less quality in work   Less productivity   Lower work morale   Less innovation   High turnover rate   Reduced creativity  o Using devices for personal reasons   Common personal reasons   Email   Text   Tweet   Job hunting   Online shopping   Vacation   Music downloads   Porn  o Whats the number 1 reason US employers don’t want  people using tech for personal use?  Loss of productivity   Cost $77 billion  o Whats the number 2 reason US employers don’t want  people using tech for personal use?  Cyber theft   Cost $13 Trillion   Coke & Jeep  o Using company tech in inapporpriaate settings   Texting and surfing the internet during meetings, presentations, and  training   Reasons for this   Topic isn’t interesting   Unaware they are distracting to others   Know they are rude   Addicted 


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