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Textual content bargains a number of chapters on web abuse concerns, effects of habit, effect of abuse on contributors and firms, and the matter of net abuse inside different cultures and nations. Discusses net applied sciences for tracking utilization. Softcover, hardcover to be had. DLC: own web use within the place of work.
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Seclusion of office (H5B) and policy (H5D) are not significant factors on both criteria. Meanwhile, ease of accessibility (H5A) and monitoring systems (H5E) showed mixed results. The former was only significant in time spent, and the latter was in frequency. The significant effect of ease of accessibility on time spent indirectly explains the addictive nature of personal Web usage, meaning that once an employee starts personal Web use, he/she cannot stop doing it for several hours. 36 Chapter 2: Personal Web Usage in Organizations Chapter 2: Personal Web Usage in Organizations 37 Individual information related to organizational variables such as organizational hierarchical level (H6C) and years of experience (H6B) are highly related to personal Web usage frequency, but only organizational hierarchy has a significant relationship with time spent.