In many organizations, employee- employer relationships are critical components which ought to be natured and subsequently stressed. Indeed a wide body of knowledge point to the fact that such a cordial relationship is not only a boon to the employer but also to the employee. In this case the employer is able to avoid unnecessary conflict which might prove disastrous and harmful not only to the firm's image but overall productivity. To the employee, such a relationship has the effect of establishing, a conducive working environment, a concept that has the impact of influencing employee loyalty and commitment, an ideation, attributed to high motivational rates.
Analyst quip that a motivated employee is likely to be more productive and identifies with the firm, a fact that acts as impetus to increased loyalty and sense of belonging, attributes which are asymptotes to improving employee performance. In this context the emergence over the years of information systems has transformed the avant-garde organizations business environment with more emphasizes been stressed on the role of information systems in integrating and promoting change.
Indeed gone are the days when decision making process remained manually managed and transparency was not a precepts of business ethics. With increased information technology and globalization the world has become a global village and often organization and governments are significantly scrutinized, a concept made possible by advancement in technology.
[...] Indeed the contemporary business and social world has metamorphosed over the time, courtesy of information systems to accommodate views and concepts traditionally regarded as confidential and private. With information systems adoption debates have raged over the infringement of ones right to privacy. Here the various information systems reveal data and information that may be termed as an infringement of ones right to privacy. However in order to accommodate such systems different governments have drafted legislations which seek to promote right to information collection. [...]
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[...] An information system also satisfies various information requirements in an organization. For instance they are useful in automation of tasks in that by using such systems it possible to spend les time and money in performing a particular task. Such automation systems include logistical systems. Again they are useful in integrating hardware and software. In essence systems have various roles in an organization and are proving efficient, though subject to vulnerabilities. Privacy and information systems The privacy of information is a concept that has proved treacherous and difficult given the increased adoption of information technology and incoherent laws which keep on changing to suit contemporary innovation in the field of technology. [...]
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