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This paper will focus on McBride Financial Services. It will "identify two constitutional rights (e.g., privacy, free speech, due process, search and seizure) that could have an impact on an employee" within the organization (Augenstein). It will then analyze "the impact of the Constitutional rights" on both the business and the employee (Augenstein). What is right for the business may not be right for the employee. Therefore, one must analyze Constitutional rights from different angles.
Constitutional Rights Paper
From the start, the United States has established a policy of being a free land, one in which the inhabitants can say what they want, do what they want and feel what they want. The founding fathers realized this was the primary basis for people coming to this country. People in this country were free and that freedom continues today.
Today, we are still free to feel, act, say and do whatever we want within some defined parameters.
Some of those limits are set before us with the following questions: What is private? What is right? What if you offend someone? Today, US citizens are free, but where are the lines drawn? How do you know if you have crossed that line?
In this analysis, McBride Financial Services, a complete mortgage service company, will examine the policies that it has set up to deal with these boundary issues, these gray areas of the law. The company has created and implemented measures to monitor employees to ensure the line is not crossed in an effort to protect the company without infringing on employee rights.
Rights Regarding Private Telephone Usage and Company E-mail
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