Electronic Surveillance as Employee Control: A Procedural Justice Interpretation

Journal of High Technology Management Research, Vol. 5, No. 1: 39-57, 1994

19 Pages Posted: 11 Mar 2014

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Roland E. Kidwell

Niagara University

Nathan Bennett

Georgia Institute of Technology - Organizational Behavior Area; J. Mack Robinson College of Business

Date Written: 1994

Abstract

Despite a significant growth and mounting popular interest in electronic monitoring and surveillance of workers, there has not been a great deal of systematic research into the relationship among various monitoring techniques, employee reactions to such monitoring, and outcomes such as employee satisfaction, organizational commitment, job performance and job stress. By applying the concept of procedural justice, this paper develops propositions to guide research on electronic control systems.

Suggested Citation

Kidwell, Roland E. and Bennett, Nathan, Electronic Surveillance as Employee Control: A Procedural Justice Interpretation (1994). Journal of High Technology Management Research, Vol. 5, No. 1: 39-57, 1994, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2406745

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