exploring causes, results, and potential solutions in the areas of cyberloafing
, fraud, theft, and sabotage;
Computer virus/malware protection, liability protection with cyberstalking and copyrights (Friedman & Reed, 2007; Kidwell & Sprague, 2009; Reidy & Wen, 2010), crime deterrence and safety (Payne, De Michele, & Okafo, 2009), legal requirement satisfaction (Friedman & Reed, 2007, Kidwell & Sprague, 2009; Miller & Wells, 2007; Ball, 2010, Hsu & Lin, 2016; Reidy & Wen, 2010), and cyberloafing
reduction (Cox, Goette, & Young, 2005) can involve activities that might reduce the chance that events would hurt and organization.
The contemporary research antecedents of IWB are organizational culture (Stoffers, Neessen, and van Dorp, 2015; Sinha, Priyadarshiand Kumar,2016), cyberloafing
(Derin and Gke, 2016); leadership (Masood and Afsar, 2017) and managerial support(Lukes, Lukes, Stephan, and Stephan, 2017).
management is highly important.
is classified as using personal email services to check email or reading the latest news at Foxnews.
She says she was even distracted from reading Ugrin and Pearson's report by a gallery of "ships with rude names", which had been tweeted by a colleague (a cyberloafing
pro, by the sound of it).
results in lost productivity and could put companies in legal trouble when workers conduct illegal activity or unacceptable behavior like viewing pornography on work computers.
This study reports on bibliographic citation data for the term Cyberloafing
identified in the comprehensive database PROQUEST Complete.
Take a look at "Impact of Cyberloafing
on Psychological Engagement," by Don J.
2011) Employee job attitudes and organizational characteristics as predictors of cyberloafing
The text also contains three new chapters--ethical conflict and management and negotiation; followership ethics; and managing an organization's ethical hotspots--and a new "ethics and technology" feature examining current issues such as cyberaggression and cyberloafing
We recall a particular study titled "Impact of Cyberloafing
on Psychological Engagement" by Don J.