The attitudes of managers regarding the electronic monitoring of employee behavior: Procedural

Vaught, Bobby C.; Taylor, Raymond E.
January 2000
American Business Review;Jan2000, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p107
Academic Journal
Examines the attitudes of managers on the electronic monitoring (EM) of employee behavior. Role of employee perceptions of fairness in the success or failure of an EM system; Ethical issues behind the use of EM; Characteristics of a properly designed EM systems; Significance of the Electric Communication Privacy Act.


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