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Employee Rights

1. How far should a company go to respect the rights and moral dignity of its employees? What steps can a company take to do this?

2. What positive benefits could follow from a company's willingness to tolerate employee questions and criticisms about its actions and policies? How might a company best promote constructive discussion of these issues, especially as they relate to employee welfare?

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1. How far should a company go to respect the rights and moral dignity of its employees? What steps can a company take to do this?
While I feel it's important for a company to respect the rights of others, I also believe that companies shouldn't have their hands tied or be criticized for having rules and requirements. For example, if a company wants to establish a dress code (nice attire, etc.) they should be able to define that. Unfortunately we are in a day and age where it is necessary to spell out everything. So, if you are the company and you want to maintain a professional image, you should be able to require that no bulky jewelry, no jeans, no skirts more than 1" above the knees, bras must be worn, no tank tops with sleeves narrower than 2", etc., are allowed. And then, if you have a religious person say that wearing ...

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How far should a company go to protect their employees' rights and moral dignity?

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