Technology Addiction in the Workplace. Who is Responsible? Taylor Danner & Sally Lewis. Addiction:.
Technology Addiction in the Workplace
Who is Responsible?
Taylor Danner & Sally Lewis
in which people are expected to be available 24 hours a day, then they
should be prepared for the physical
and psychological consequences”
Judy Olsen (professor of business information technology & psychology): “Are employers responsible for people getting lung cancer because they allow smoking on the premises”
“Placing any blame on employers for providing the tools to stay connected would be like saying you would have held (Ma Bell) liable for inventing the phone”
*many employers realize high potential of technology addiction