Miscellany – Issue 20


Managers should be careful to introduce human processors in a way that promotes a good ethical attitude towards them and not a simply instrumental one. Although they are simple organisms which may not ‘suffer’ in the same way as higher social elites, they still deserve respect. Human processors should be returned promptly to their natural environment or a suitable private Employment Agency after being tested by task efficiency productivity targets. This supports ethical approaches in HR work where human processors are returned to their habitat after exploitation has taken place. If legal action is taken, merely explain how expensive it is to consider people as cost units and the case will be won.

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