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(Solved) Exposed Jane Fredrickson was asked to join an existing work team at her ofce. The group had been together for a long time, and they all got along...


Read the case study below, "Exposed." Pretend that you are Jane and write an e-mail to your coworkers briefly explaining the situation that resulted in Alisha Jones's actions. Write what you think is necessary to rectify the situation.


Use the email tags in your heading like those shown in Alisha's email. 


Required length: one page maximum (remember that conciseness is the key to an effective e-mail message).





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Case Study Attachment: Alisha Jones's E-Mail

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Exposed Jane Fredrickson was asked to join an existing work team at her office. The group had been together for a long time, and they
all got along really well. Jane was excited about working with some new people. Unfortunately, the closeness of her new work
team soon became a problem. The others on the team had their own language and code of conduct. They joked around with each other with instant
messaging. They sent each other pictures of their children in the bathtub. They sent each other dirty jokes. Frankly, Jane was becoming fed up with their behavior. So, one day she decided to vent her annoyanoe in an e-mail to Hamid Grimes, her former supervisor. After listing her oomplaints, using words like “annoying," “idiotic.” and “unprofessional," she
wrote, “I wish someone would do something about these people and their juvenile antics." A week later. Jane’s supervisor. Alisha Jones, sent an e-mail to the work team. asking them to put an end to the fun and
games.To her e-mail, she attached a oouple of files that spelled out the company's rules for using e-mail and instant messaging. She also mentioned that there had been a complaint. To Jane's horror, part of her original message to Harold was copied below Alisha’s message. Harold had apparently forwarded
part of Jane's original message to Alisha. And. Alisha had simply forwarded it to the group with her own message added on. Needless to say, the other members of Jane’s work team were going to be upset. Even though her name was not on the
message, Jane knew they would figure out who had oomplained about them. What should she do now?

 


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