Case Study 1: Going to the Dogs
1. What is your position on this issue? Provide two or three reasons to support your argument. My position on this issue is both ways good and bad, I like dogs as much as some people who likes them as well. I believe some dogs are friendly and helpful to so many individual and family. I don’t agree with the term to have your dog come to work with you every day, I’m ok with the once a year like “Take Your Dog to Work Day” it’s not much of an effect. However, they are two reasons to point out that, one is being aware of those who may be allergic and those who may be frighten by them. These two reasons are key factor especially in the workplace where people are mostly trying to concentrate within their workplace. Someone who is allergic to a dog may lose focus in their work; however, someone who is frightened will be stressed out and feared to finish up the work. 2. If you were an HR manager of a company, what pet policy would you set and how would you implement it? If I was an HR manager of a company, I don’t know if I would be able to set up any type of policy. As manager I differently ought to have each employee and staff preform some type of survey to determine a certain decision that may perhaps be best for everyone within the company as whole. The safety and health of the employee and staff member are my main concern in this matter. However, after a briefly making a decision based upon the survey if certain number of employees out number a small of amount of other employees then something may have to be compromise or accommodate.
3. How would you decide the case of Elizabeth Booth, and which law would you base your decision on? Explain. In Booth case since she has a Doctor note that is understandable due to her medical condition. Someone who is diagnosis with quadriplegic may not be able to reach out for small objects that has falling on the floor. Booth requested for her small dog that is well...
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