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(Iowa City Press-Citizen)   Supervisor resigns after employees discovered her cunning plan to spy on employees using a baby monitor   (press-citizen.com ) divider line
    More: Dumbass, University of Iowa, Code of Iowa, Department of Public Safety, undercover agents, UIHC, AFSCME, e-mail messages, Strategic Communication Tysen Kendig  
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2011-03-19 12:17:15 AM  
Never should've bought the one shaped like a teddy bear.
 
2011-03-19 05:26:31 AM  
i43.tinypic.com
 
2011-03-19 05:27:46 AM  
Kick-ass
 
2011-03-19 06:37:12 AM  
Was that wrong? Should I have not done that? *shrugs*
 
2011-03-19 06:56:03 AM  
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That's a firin'.
 
2011-03-19 07:32:03 AM  
And if she had told them it was there in advance?
 
2011-03-19 09:06:04 AM  
done in two
 
2011-03-19 09:53:31 AM  
Why is it bad for a boss to secretly watch employees in the workplace?
 
2011-03-19 10:03:39 AM  
Everyone should have crowded around it and start talking about her. "Did you all smell her pussy?" "Oh, it must have been her feet."
 
2011-03-19 11:33:32 AM  

Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: Why is it bad for a boss to secretly watch employees in the workplace?


There is a line between monitoring to make sure the work is getting down and that nobody is being unprofessional and monitoring people because you want to play thought police.

A fruit & nut running around with a baby monitor smacks of thought police more than anything reasonable.
 
2011-03-19 01:13:41 PM  
Employees.
 
2011-03-19 02:24:29 PM  
Spose no one ever worked at a mini mart or any job in a casino, let alone Walmart. All the mini marts in my town are wired for audio and video, the clerks are always griping about it outside the store.
 
2011-03-19 04:08:49 PM  

sarah_t_s: Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: Why is it bad for a boss to secretly watch employees in the workplace?

There is a line between monitoring to make sure the work is getting down and that nobody is being unprofessional and monitoring people because you want to play thought police.

A fruit & nut running around with a baby monitor smacks of thought police more than anything reasonable.


I know all our PC's at work are being monitored through software that can activate the webcam and mike at any time.

I've gotten in trouble for saying some things about a gay co-worker before when there was no one else around.
 
2011-03-19 04:43:01 PM  

Show_The_O_Face: sarah_t_s: Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: Why is it bad for a boss to secretly watch employees in the workplace?

There is a line between monitoring to make sure the work is getting down and that nobody is being unprofessional and monitoring people because you want to play thought police.

A fruit & nut running around with a baby monitor smacks of thought police more than anything reasonable.

I know all our PC's at work are being monitored through software that can activate the webcam and mike at any time.

I've gotten in trouble for saying some things about a gay co-worker before when there was no one else around.


He turned you down, huh? I know it stings bud, but there are plenty o' fish in the sea.
 
2011-03-19 05:55:36 PM  

Show_The_O_Face: sarah_t_s: Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: Why is it bad for a boss to secretly watch employees in the workplace?

There is a line between monitoring to make sure the work is getting down and that nobody is being unprofessional and monitoring people because you want to play thought police.

A fruit & nut running around with a baby monitor smacks of thought police more than anything reasonable.

I know all our PC's at work are being monitored through software that can activate the webcam and mike at any time.

I've gotten in trouble for saying some things about a gay co-worker before when there was no one else around.


That'd fit under the "being professional" thing IMHO.
 
2011-03-19 09:26:07 PM  
Ah, the old "personnel management via technology" gambit. It's much better than - you know - talking to your employees, making them feel valued, listening to their concerns and leading by example.
 
2011-03-20 12:41:50 AM  
Next page? Do news sites realize how stupid this makes them look?
 
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