Q1: What are advantages and disadvantages to Jenifer’s company of routinely administering honesty tests of all it employees? There are positive advantages and some disadvantages of regularly conducting honesty test of workers. Honesty test helps to spot culprits in the organization. These types of people are indulged in dishonorable and dishonest actions. Through this identification the personal managers can easily get rid of these type of employees. Polygraph testing raises a large number of legal and moral issues, issues Carter Cleaning would best avoid. Use some of the available “paper and pencil” honesty tests may be a possibility. In general, these have been shown to be reasonable, reliable and valid. They are still controversial. The costs associated with these tests may also make them prohibitive to a small operation like Jennifer’s. Therefore regularly conducting honesty test is also against employee empowerment. Because at one side top management is giving them authority to make decisions and work according to their own choice but at the same moment is conducting honesty test frequently. But the employees should be aware that they are accountable of their acts Q 2: Specifically what other screening techniques could the company use to screen out theft -prone and turnover-prone employees and how exactly could these be used? Following techniques the company could use
* Intense background checks are a recommend as technique to eliminate potential thieves. * Some firms chose to contract this out to a private security agency (Cost may be an issue to Jennifer. * As part of the job preview, Carter must communicate that jobs in her company are worth keeping. Dishonesty and theft will not be tolerated in any circumstances * Further company policies regarding theft should be clearly communicated to new and existing employees.
Q3: How should her...
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