require even more hours of work. In the workplace, programs frequently must be completed by strict deadlines; for example, a tax-calculating program must be completed by year’s end, or an advertising website must be completed by the launch of the product. Programmers often find themselves working into the evenings or on weekends to complete “rush” projects. How do you feel about having to do this? What types of compensation would make the hours worthwhile for you?
Suppose your supervisor asks you to create a report that lists all employees sorted by salary. Suppose you also know that your employer will use this report to lay off the highest-paid employee in each department. Would you agree to write the program? Instead, what if the report’s purpose was to list the worst performer in each department in terms of sales? What if the report grouped employees by gender? What if the report grouped employees by race? Suppose your supervisor asks you to sort employees by the dollar value of medical insurance claims they have in a year, and you fear the employer will use the report to eliminate workers who are driving up the organization’s medical insurance costs. Do you agree to write the program even if you know that the purpose of the report is to eliminate workers
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