DePaul Dept. of Management and Entrepreneurship: Personal phones should be accessible to employees

John Williams

A large semi trailer is flipped over and pushed against a building in Bowling Green, Ky., on Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021. Tornadoes and severe weather caused catastrophic damage across multiple states late Friday, killing at least six people overnight as a storm system tore through a candle factory in Kentucky, an Amazon facility in Illinois and a nursing home in Arkansas. (AP Photo/Dylan T. Lovan)

After a severe tornado tore through six states, bringing an Amazon warehouse in Edwardsville to the ground, the company is being investigated for OSHA standards and building integrity. The question has been raised if employees should be allowed to use their cell phones while on the clock. DePaul Associate Dean of the Student Success Department of Management and Entrepreneurship Jaclyn Jensen tells John the benefits of that.

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