FOX Sports’ Mike Garafolo is the latest to suggest a nationwide push for employees to be given a voice over the intercom when they are about to leave work.
He also added: “For many employees, there is no other way to get a voice at work, and it makes them feel empowered.” “
If you’re leaving the office in the middle of a meeting, or you’re going to the bathroom, the employee needs to know how to react.”
He also added: “For many employees, there is no other way to get a voice at work, and it makes them feel empowered.”
Garafola also suggested the technology could be used to prevent employee suicides.
“In many workplaces, a ‘disconnected’ employee can’t call for help from the boss or the supervisor,” he said.
“It can be particularly problematic when there is a worker on the other side of the country who has a personal issue with the boss.
If this worker is able to get into the office and communicate with the manager and others, there could be a real change to the way this situation is handled.”
‘I’m sick of people who do it for profit’ ‘A worker who is being asked to be the voice of the company’ ‘I am sick of the people who are asking for an ‘intercom’ that doesn’t have to be a human being.
I don’t know why we have to ask for it.
It is a personal decision for the person who is asking for it to be made, but it is just plain wrong.’