Alternative Solutions Of Banning Internet

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Alternative solutions of banning internet Today, businesses mainly use the Internet for advertising, marketing, and customer support. Without internet provision it would be difficult for the organizations to work in the competitive world in a proper way. As per the case, the CEO of ‘OZ mine’ took the decision that all internet access by employees in the organization is to be banned. Because the CEO feels that the sensitivity information of company can be leaked by sending or posting confidential material, trade secrets, or proprietary information outside of the organization. In that case there are some solutions which can be the alternate of banning internet. Café provision ¬¬¬– There could be a provision of cyber café for employees for…show more content…
This would lead the company to the low productivity. “In addition, and to some degree in contrast to lunch breaks, micro-breaks may be better used to promote worker’s work experience. Particularly, making a work environment that takes into account taking in, a feeling of importance, and joining with others can help workers feel more energized and less exhausted at work.”(Fritz , et al, 2013). Blocking social-networking sites – Another solution is that they could block the social-networking and social media sites so that the employees of ‘Oz mine’ could not distract or waste their time on these sites and give more focus in their projects. The very common social networking sites are Facebook, my space, bebo, Friendster (Coyle and Vaugha, 2008). These networking sites form the part of social media. “A recent survey found that despite the growing popularity of social networking sites, one in four companies is blocking access to them because they are viewed as a productivity killer”(Gold, 2009). According to the complexity theory organizations are complex system in which large numbers of independent agents interact. The complex systems display common and predictable patterns of adaptive behavior. “Complexity theory is a theory of survival, evolution, development and adaptation. (Morrison, 2002, p.6)”. Following the complexity theory social network and social media would be locked so that employees of ‘Oz mine’ could not use it. At each level, new emergent structures
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