E-mail Harassment Case Study by Primo

E-mail Harassment
A study of this offense, within the context of a case study.
# 9058 | 1,600 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2002 | US

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This paper covers the issues related to Internet abuse, sexual harassment and e-mail harassment in the work place based on a given case study. The case study illustrates abuse of the workplace environment and the trust accorded by employers and coworkers.
The paper then turns to the controversial question of the right of the employer to monitor employee e-mails and Internet use and if so, the question of the extent to which this is allowed.

From the Paper:

"When an employee enters the office environment he or she is essentially entering a place where he is being trusted to cater to the organizational culture. The salary received by the employee is not merely for services provided but rather the sense of loyalty and trust that he or she incites in the employers and the coworkers. In the same context, the employees within the organizational environment trust the management to keep them safe and expect their coworkers to maintain a stress free environment as far as possible. The policies created for the regulatory functioning of the work place are then presented so as to maintain certain decorum of trust within the organization. These policies then create the culture of the organization and work to create the reputation the organization has in terms of employee's and customers for the most recent research suggests that a satisfied worker produces more turnover in terms of production and is thus, more motivated. Any interference in these policies would then directly interfere with employee motivation."

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APA Format

E-mail Harassment (2003, February 02) Retrieved March 22, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/case-study/e-mail-harassment-9058/

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"E-mail Harassment" 02 February 2003. Web. 22 March. 2023. <https://www.academon.com/case-study/e-mail-harassment-9058/>