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- 15. // Community Banker;Jun2007, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p13
The article reports that fifteen percent of business enterprises in the U.S. have been sued over employee electronic mail (e-mail), according to the American Management Association.
- "He insulted me--and I can't forget it". Karbo, Karen // Redbook;Jul2008, Vol. 211 Issue 1, p98
The article presents questions and answers involving to solve toughest dilemma including on how to manage a boss who always credit her projects, how to handle a relationship with the mother of the children's classmates and friends and the decision to leave with an old boyfriend through an online...
- Out of Sight, Out of Mind? Gill, Jennifer // Working Mother;Dec2003/Jan2004, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p46
Answers a question from a telecommuter who is concerned with her loss of face-to-face contact with her boss. Telecommuter's concern about her standing with the boss; Recommended strategies of maintaining contact with the boss; Use of technology, such as electronic interoffice mail.
- SURVEILLANCE: Increases in Workplace. Nancherla, Aparna // T+D;May2008, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p12
The article reports on the findings from annual Electronic Monitoring and Surveillance Survey conducted by the American Management Association (AMA) and the ePolicy Institute regarding the trend of companies monitoring employees' electronic mail (e-mail) and phone usage in the U.S. It shows that...
- Survey: Companies Woefully Behind in Tracking E-Mail. Broderick, Par // San Diego Business Journal;8/9/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 32, p23
Presents the findings of the 2004 Workplace E-mail and Instant Messaging Survey sponsored by the American Management Association and the ePolicy Institute in U.S. Percentage of respondents who had employee e-mail and instant messaging subpoenaed in the course of a lawsuit or regulatory...
- Corporate layoffs increase sharply. Leonard, Bill // HR Magazine;Nov98, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p26
Reports on the assertions of Challenger Gray and Christmas about an increase in the number of corporate layoffs in the United States during 1998. Number of planned layoffs by local corporations; Figures on the reported layoffs from January to August 1998.
- Economic survival is main concern. Peck, Charles // Westchester County Business Journal;11/19/2001, Vol. 40 Issue 47, p13
Focuses on the means employed by companies in order to survive through the economic crisis in the United States. Reduction of pay increases; Elimination of 2002 bonuses; Dismissal of employees.
- How to manage adversity. Verespej, Mike // Industry Week/IW;01/19/98, Vol. 247 Issue 2, p24
Relates how companies in the United States help workers to deal with the adversity of losing a job. Person responsible for the determination of the employee's value in the firm; Examples of companies that helped their laid-off workers to deal with the adversity of losing a job.
- A NOTE TO OUR READERS. Rutigliano, Anthony J. // Management Review;May87, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p2
Comments on the urgency of enacting government regulations for businesses to safeguard the rights of dismissed employees in the United States. Significance of the issue in the period of structural unemployment in the Northeast and Midwest.