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    Pros

    Position is not monitored and employee is allowed to do whatever they want.This includes making personal phone call on their cell phone.

    Cons

    Gives a bad impression to customers and other guests who are in the waiting room. The fish smells from the head

    Advice to Management

    Assign someone to monitor this employee to prevent them from doing whatever they want.This includes making personal phone call on their cell phone.


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Website www.abc.net.au
Headquarters ULTIMO, Australia
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1932
Type Government
Industry Media
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

The ABC aims to provide the leading Australian public media space where people engage and share their experiences. ABC Radio first went to air at 8pm on July 1, 1932, introduced by Prime Minister, Joseph Lyons. ABC Television commenced November 5, 1956 – introduced by Prime Minister Robert Menzies. During this year the ABC recorded the Queens visit to Australia and the Olympic Games in Melbourne. In the 2000s, ABC leads the way in the digital world, launching digital radio and television.

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