Is implementing privacy in the workplace a possibility?

professional ethic states that when you enter company time and place you begin professional life. private life is left on the doorstep to be picked up on departure of company requirements. this also dictates the state of your privacy through the duration.
it seems the more senior you get the more your privacy enters the issue. seems like it might be something to strive for, depending on the degree of your aspirations.....huh?
It depends. If the company you are working for implements an Open-Door policy, then all offices from lowest executive up to the president or CEO will not have doors (literally, like in PeopleSupport Inc.) or closed doors. Its purpose is to create an impression on the employees/workers that these administrators/execs are approachable and that anybody can see that nothing "unprofessional" happens within those offices.

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