What Are The Negative Legal Impact Of Email Communication?

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METHODOLOGY

The research method that was selected for this study was in the form of a survey. The Likert scale was used simply to balance the responses on both sides of a neutral option, creating a less biased measurement. The survey options were; strongly agree, agree, neutral, disagree, and strongly disagree. The surveys were distributed to fifty individuals; a mixture of college students, high school students, and adults who ages ranged from sixteen years old and up. All who received a survey had little to no work experience or three years plus experience. After researching the legal and professional impact of email and finding out so much information on the topic, it was not only important for adults and college graduates to know about
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Twelve percent were neutral which was surprising. Forty percent agreed with the statement and thirty-two percent strongly agreed. This was good information because eighty percent of the participants actually did experience the professional impact of email communication.

2. I am aware of all negative legal impact of email communication in an organization or workplace This graph represents that twenty-six percent are not aware of all negative legal impact of email communication. Twenty-one percent are completely natural. Fifty-three percent are aware of all negative legal impact of email communication.

3. It is important that employees already know the risk of email communication This graph represents four percent of the participants who feels that it is not important that employees already know the risk of email communication. Seven percent were natural. Ninety percent of the participants felt that it is important that employees already know the risk of email communication. These results were great findings almost one hundred percent of the participants feel like it is important that employees already know the risk of email communication.

4. I thoroughly use email communication for my
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Fourteen percent were natural with this statement. Seventy percent of the participants were aware of all negative professional impact of email communication in the workplace.

7. I want to learn the legal risk of email communication in the work place This graph shows that three percent are not interested in learning the legal risk of email communication in the workplace. Twenty-five percent were neutral to this statement. Seventy-one percent actually were open to learning about the legal risk of email communication.

8. It is the responsibility of the superiors in the workplace to set an example for appropriate behavior involving email communication This graph shows how three percent of the participants doesn’t feel like it is the responsibility of the superiors in the workplace to set an example for appropriate behavior involving email communication. Seven percent were natural. This was an interesting turn out considering that ninety percent of the participants do feel as if it is the responsibility of the superiors in the workplace to set an example for appropriate behavior involving email

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