Privacy Issues of Electronic Monitoring Of Employees: A Cross-Cultural Examination Of Gender Differences
Keywords:Cross-cultural Privacy Issues, Gender Differences
AbstractThis manuscript presents the results of a study which examined the privacy issues of electronic monitoring of employees from a cross-cultural perspective comparing participants from Taiwan with those from the United States. The results of the study suggest that gender differences exist between Taiwanese and American respondents’ attitudes concerning privacy issues of electronic monitoring of employees. The study suggests that monitoring with notice was an important parameter in determining how privacy issues of electronic monitoring of employees were viewed by the participants.
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