scenario “5. Happens on YouTube Stays on YouTube FOREVER!” under “Making Business Decisions” at the end of Ch. 5 of Do you agree that if you post something online it

scenario “5. Happens on YouTube Stays on YouTube FOREVER!” under “Making Business Decisions” at the end of Ch. 5 of Do you agree that if you post something online it is open for the world to see? Should employers be able to decide who to hire or fire based on social media posts? a position and justify your response. to at least three of your peers. In your response, address any thoughts you have on the influence the internet has on businesses and how SCM, CRM and ERP can organizations. Students need to contribute substantive posts in this discussion by the due date indicated. The substantive posts can be any combination of responses and replies. PEER 1 Yes, I agree that whatever is posted to the internet is open for everyone to see, however, I do not necessarily agree everyone has a right to see everything that is posted to the internet. I feel that things that are password protected or restricted to just those users should be only meant to be between those users. However, system can get hacked, which means that a user should post to the internet with the assumption that the information can be seen. I think that that manager that hacked the facebook account of the employees overstepped their authority and that the manager should be reprimanded. However, the employees were also in the wrong for posting proprietary information on an unsecured system. As for employers looking up information on the internet to decide on whether to hire or fire someone, I do agree they should be able to. I feel this is no different than employees running background checks or police reports on potential employees. PEER 2 Good Evening everyone! Do you agree that if you post something online it is open for the world to see? Yes it is You can just type the person’s name and you can see all there post they are publicly Should employers be able to decide who to hire or fire based on social media posts? no because people act different outside of the work. Example my Facebook is my family, friends and co workers. A post does not mean it is you. A person can just like the post or think it is funny and post it. People should be able to be themselves after work hours. It is over analyzed at times and can very easily be misinterpreted. A company has not business really looking at your post they using social media as an excuse not to hire someone it maybe also considered discrimination because they are discriminating you based on a post not to hire someone. PEER 3

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