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What Drives Information Security Policy Violations among Banking Employees?

Pei-Lee Teh, Pervaiz K. Ahmed, John D'Arcy
2015 Journal of Global Information Management  
The authors' study draws upon social exchange theory to develop a set of factors that drive employees' neutralization of ISP violations.  ...  Employees' information security policy (ISP) violations are a major problem that plagues organizations worldwide, particularly in the banking/financial sector.  ...  Although these theory-driven studies provide substantive insight into employees' ISP violations and related behaviors, our knowledge of the phenomenon remains incomplete.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jgim.2015010103 fatcat:ejcy4loypbbhlkws7uxxv6wkxy

Examining the Effect of Leader–Member Exchange Social Comparison on Employee Voice Behavior: The Role of Employee–Organization and Supervisors Organizational Embodiment

Shalendra S. Kumar, Shinhyung Kang
2021 International Journal of Management and Sustainability  
Drawing on social comparison theory (SCT), this research aims to explore the moderated path by testing the interaction effect of a supervisor's organizational embodiment between leader-member exchange  ...  This research delineates the brighter side of social comparison, suggesting that employee voice behavior can be enhanced through fair distribution of the leaders' resources among the employees, communication  ...  Acknowledgement: Both authors contributed equally to the conception and design of the study.  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.11.2021.101.1.21 fatcat:ak55yq5adjdqxccjn4tvfy576u

A Work Life Balance of Employees and Its Effect on Emotional Intelligence

Dr. G. SUGANTHI
2019 Zenodo  
This study may give insight regarding the relationship between work life balance and emotional intelligence.  ...  Balance should be established between workload distribution, time and extra-curricular activities so as to inculcate efficiency among teaching staffs.  ...  A Study on issue related to Self-Help Groups in India Rozy garg  Abstract: A SHG is an informal association to enhance the member's financial security as primary focus and other common interest of members  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5476173 fatcat:5rro63pefzbpxigfgnilhazy5a

Disciplining Employees for Free Speech, Whistle Blowing, and Political Activities

Helen LaVan, Marsha Katz
2006 Social Science Research Network  
The arbitration clause at issue in the contract was entered into with the securities exchange, not with the employer.  ...  Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Workers' Compensation, or Social Security Disability.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2612504 fatcat:locz5d6kcbecrdpcsnwqbe3cua

International transfer of employee‐oriented CSR practices by multinational SMEs

Dirk Johan de Jong, Peter Hasle
2011 International Journal of Workplace Health Management  
Finally, research regarding employee relations arrangements Firm, EIM, Zoetermeer. Kochan, T.A. and S. A.  ...  Platzer (2003), "Labour relations in central and Eastern Europe and the European social model", Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 11-30. Konrad, A.M. and R.  ...  Employment security policies The provision of employment security can be studied from various angles.  ... 
doi:10.1108/17538351111143303 fatcat:vcbuuotor5h43khffvegc3t26u

The Case Against the Employee Free Choice Act

Richard A. Epstein
2009 Social Science Research Network  
Employees can form that judgment only by collecting information from all sides.  ...  Likewise, EFCA makes no provision for unions or companies -in connection with bargaining -to formulate, exchange and respond to requests for information and documentation.  ...  "The executives who ignited the transformations from good to great did not first figure out where to drive the bus and then get people to take it there.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1337185 fatcat:rqxnr3yk65fnnfgnjxtbm36lty

A STUDY ON WORK LIFE BALANCE AND GLASS CEILING FACED BY WOMEN EMPLOYEES IN EDUCATION SECTOR

Sonia Delrose Noronha
2021 Zenodo  
A STUDY ON WORK LIFE BALANCE AND GLASS CEILING FACED BY WOMEN EMPLOYEES IN EDUCATION SECTOR- PhD Thesis  ...  Gathered information from an example of 501 representatives working in four associations, i.e., city and social medicinal services, producing for fares, a bank and a general store.  ...  The test is gathered from the instruction segment and banking segment. Information is gathered from 150 women workers 75 women from every area.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5148171 fatcat:vjq3mhtlkzelronozfaenxigqi

Rhetoric but whose reality? The influence of employability messages on employee mobility tactics and work group identification

Jerry Hallier
2009 International Journal of Human Resource Management  
In adopting a social identity approach, the significance of the employability message is shown not only to lie in employees' willingness to disassociate from their existing work groups and pursue individual  ...  A future research agenda is presented which highlights the need to address recent attempts to develop employability expectations among graduate career entrants, and for a closer critical engagement with  ...  Its real purpose is to balance the unequal exchanges that characterise employers' unilateral withdrawal of careers and security with their pursuit of employee commitment.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09585190902770760 fatcat:nxywrn2curaoxcewuyuqm2r3fe

Organizational Factors and Workplace Deviance: Influences of Abusive Supervision, Dysfunctional Employees, and Toxic Work Environments [chapter]

Anne Leonore de Bruijn
2021 The Cambridge Handbook of Compliance  
Employees seem to perceive pressure from fighting in a competition war, coercion among work-groups, and from the community of fate.  ...  Security Employees' security need includes their job security, the security of the jobs of other employees, and the continuity of the organization as a whole.  ...  Codes of Organizational Culture 52 Underlying assumptions Code name Code description Code unit Number of codes a Appeal to higher loyalties Employees and managers argue that norm violation fulfills  ... 
doi:10.1017/9781108759458.044 fatcat:3i6soupaxfdr7e7z24g56fje3u

Corporate Decisionmaking and the Moral Rights of Employees: Participatory Management and Natural Law

Stephen M. Bainbridge
1999 Social Science Research Network  
Put another way, in what social contexts and under what conditions is trust most likely to arise?  ...  See Raj Bhala, Equilibrium Theory, The FICAS Model, and International Banking Law, 38 HARv. INT'L L.J. 1, 38 (1997) (providing broad definition of Professor Arrow's theory).  ...  Because the secondary effects are often counter to and larger than the primary intended effects, more social legislation makes matters worse, not better.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.132528 fatcat:prqnmqwrofghtdn6bicz6d27ie

A Model of Sponsorship Effects on the Sponsor's Employees

Aila M. Khan, John Stanton
2010 Journal of Promotion Management  
Individuals determine the equity or fairness of exchange by comparing what they receive from the exchange and what they bring to the exchange (Dean 2002).  ...  Social Exchange Theory Individuals are involved in a number of economic and social exchanges. An economic exchange is based on transactions, and is typical in an employee-employer relationship.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10496490903574831 fatcat:psxd6y7i7nct7kj3dmitlwslw4

The influence of the informal social learning environment on information privacy policy compliance efficacy and intention

Merrill Warkentin, Allen C Johnston, Jordan Shropshire
2011 European Journal of Information Systems  
a legal mandate to ensure that individual employees are adequately prepared and motivated to observe policies and procedures designed to ensure compliance.  ...  to comply with information privacy policies.  ...  sanctions, shame, intention to violate IS security policy Results suggest that neutralization theory provides an explanation for IS security policy violations.  ... 
doi:10.1057/ejis.2010.72 fatcat:iuje3n2qg5effkr52iwom7hfqa

What Should We Expect from the Dodd-Frank Bounty Program?

Diego G. Pardow
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Although most of the evidence from previous bounty programs sides with the supporter's theory, it has to be considered that the quantity and quality of whistleblower reporting are not the only relevant  ...  Whistleblowers play a key role diversifying the sources of information that feed the system of enforcement and correcting the monitoring bias that public agencies might develop over time.  ...  to the whistleblower program of the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC").  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2115964 fatcat:i6bestovqrgb7pgbpdekm5ra2i

The Appeal and Limits of Internal Controls to Fight Fraud, Terrorism, Other Ills

Lawrence A. Cunningham
2003 Social Science Research Network  
Williams, The Securities and Exchange Commission and Corporate Social Transparency, 112 HARV. L. REV. 1197 (1999) .  ...  The insight is a useful way of understanding the opinion and provides a way to align what law expects from internal controls with what is reasonable to expect from them.  ...  TWA and Athens: Informal Controls The issue of redundant screening as an internal control also divided the majority and the dissent in the case of Ospina v.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.444600 fatcat:mwnaapxvv5d4xoooe6nx5phq7e

Assessing Gombe State Citizens' Attitude And Perception Towards Nigeria's Cashless Policy

Yusufu Nigel Bachama, Matthew Funsho Bello
2021 JPAS (Journal of Public Administration Studies)  
of Sales, and Internet Banking etc.  ...  The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) introduced the cashless policy in 2011, which eventually took effect in 2012.  ...  Tam is an information systems theory that models how users come to accept and use a technology that will encourage economic growth.  ... 
doi:10.21776/ub.jpas.2021.006.01.8 fatcat:cso3g3fy6raf3hrge5xby5sbqa
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