Employees Online: The Productivity Issue
Holtz, Shel, Communication World
Employees have no expectation of privacy when they use their employers' online resources, and communicators often are charged with letting employees know it. After all, somebody has to convey the organization's policies restricting access and limiting individual privacy; some communicators are even asked to develop the policies. Yet what, exactly, is the company communicating with such rules? What are the consequences, and how do they stack up against the risks a company incurs when it permits private communication and unfettered Internet access?
Although some of the concerns about employee Internet use may be valid, employers …
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Publication information: Article title: Employees Online: The Productivity Issue. Contributors: Holtz, Shel - Author. Magazine title: Communication World. Volume: 18. Issue: 2 Publication date: February/March 2001. Page number: 17+. © 2009 International Association of Business Communicators. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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