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The Influence of Self-Esteem and Locus of Control on Perceived Email Overload

@inproceedings{Sevinc2010TheIO,
  title={The Influence of Self-Esteem and Locus of Control on Perceived Email Overload},
  author={G. Sevinc and J. D'Ambra},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2010}
}
  • G. Sevinc, J. D'Ambra
  • Published in ECIS 2010
  • Computer Science
  • As email use becomes more ubiquitous in organisations, negative effects that stem from its use are becoming more prevalent. This study considers Email Overload as a negative product of email use. It explores the link between the personality traits of Self-esteem and Locus of Control and Email Overload. Furthermore it proposes a link between the level of perceived Email Overload and individual productivity in the work place. A sample of 239 respondents from an engineering organisation was… CONTINUE READING

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