Organisations get tough on e-mail and internet abuse

August 2003
Management Services;Aug2003, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p3
Academic Journal
Reports that a survey into Internet and electronic mail (e-mail) abuse from people management experts by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development shows that nearly one third of British organizations dismiss staff for excessive or inappropriate use of e-mail or the Internet. Survey suggestion that organizations are struggling in their management of new information technologies; Risk in excessive monitoring of employees by employers.


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