More workers getting fired over e-mail infractions


Anonymous Patron writes " Article that says Twenty-five percent of companies terminated a worker for violating e-mail policies, up from 22 percent last year, according to the poll.

Twenty percent of employers polled, up from 14 percent last year, had e-mail records subpoenaed for lawsuits or regulatory investigations and 13 percent of companies have faced lawsuits based on employee e-mail messages, according to the American Management Association and The ePolicy Institute, which polled 840 of their U.S.-based member firms."

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