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What effect does an employee's access to salaries have on the morale and effectiveness of an organization?
Weegy: Whenever an employee is being underpaid, he or she will become more stagnant towards being a productive worker. This is turn causes morale of an organization to decrease. User: Does it matter to you if other workers in your department are privileged to your private information? (More)
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What controls are most effective in avoiding a "busybody" in the organization accessing this information?
Weegy: No one has a tattoo stamped on their forehead that states, "I AM NOSY".. therefore this question can not be answered successfully.. [ You would have to trust those in charge in hiring the best people and even there, some good people are naturally curious.. If you can't trust management then your no worse off than if you trusted your own feelings. It happens, we can't control it 100%.. Do not get involved if you have a bad feeling about it and have anything particularly damaging about yourself. ] User: Does it matter to you if other workers in your department are privileged to your private information? Weegy: Yes, it matters to me. if other workers in your department are privileged to your private information, they might use it against you when they feel bad about you. The best way is to not disclose all your private information even to your friends. (More)
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Does it matter to you if other workers in your department are privileged to your private information?
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Why does it matter to you if other workers in your department are privileged to your private information?
Weegy: Hi- some people would be offended for others to be able to access their private information. They may be concerned about coworkers being able to see their work reviews or records. They may fear they may see their wages or other compensation. (More)
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Actually a company can have some solid internal controls in place, more so they are required under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, SOX Act. If you were in charge of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act,SOX Act what would you do about implementing controls?
Weegy: I'm not sure what you mean by implementing controls. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 was passed in response to a number of major corporate and accounting scandals involving prominent companies in the United States. [ [ These scandals resulted in a decline of public trust in accounting and reporting practices. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act's major provisions include: - Certification of financial reports by chief executive officers and chief financial officers - Ban on personal loans to any Executive Officer and Director - Accelerated reporting of trades by insiders - Prohibition on insider trades during pension fund blackout periods - Public reporting of CEO and CFO compensation and profits - Additional disclosure - Auditor independence, including outright bans on certain types of work and pre-certification by the company's Audit Committee of all other non-audit work - Criminal and civil penalties for violations of securities law - Significantly longer jail sentences and larger fines for corporate executives who knowingly and willfully misstate financial statements. - Prohibition on audit firms providing extra "value-added" services to their clients including actuarial services, legal and extra services (such as consulting) unrelated to their audit work. - A requirement that publicly traded companies furnish independent annual audit reports on the existence and condition (i.e., reliability) of internal controls as they relate to financial reporting. ] ] User: What happens if you get a small green triangle within one of your cells? What causes this to appear? How do you make it disappear? (More)
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