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May 26, 2004 2:02 pm re: re: Tracking everyone's employment status: Any legal constraints?
Joseph Urban
Hello Greg,

That's relatively accurate. But, DatabaseCo would probably not hold "A's" title and responsibilities at first. This is not meant to be a role-management system.

Also, all companies are willing participants. And, the user - "A" - doesn't know (or have to know) about the tracking process.


> Greg Broiles wrote:
> Would you care to elaborate on the scenario you're describing?
>I think what you're talking about is this: there's a company, Bigco, who employs A in some capacity. Bigco notifies Databaseco that A is an employee of Bigco, perhaps including details about A's title, responsibilities, etc..
>Databaseco keeps a big list of employers and employees, so that, for example, if A wants to order some office supplies on behalf of Bigco, OfficeSupplyco can verify independently (through Databaseco) that A is really an employee of Bigco, and is allowed to order office supplies for up to $500, etc.
>Is that what you mean?

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