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AVG DD7 Executive Report

AVG DD7 Executive Report

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AVG DIGITAL DIARIES SEVEN - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
 
• Most of us feel that social media has eroded privacy at work. In the five English speaking countries (UK, US, Australia, Canada,New Zealand), over 6/10 feel that the use of social networks has eroded their privacy, with 64% in the US and UK thinking this.• Over 1/4 of workers have felt pressured into accepting a social media friend request from a colleague. This includes 34% in Italy,30% in Spain and 28% in the US and UK.• 15% of US workers have been insulted electronically by a co-worker. 1/10 US workers have also been the target of unwanted romantic advances online by a colleague - compared to only 4% in France• Cyber-bullying is least common in smaller companies - only 7% of workers in small (less than 100 staff) companies have had rumourscirculated about them online, compared to 12% of workers in companies with 1000-10,000 employees. Workers in small companiesare also the least likely to have been the target of unwanted romantic advances online.• Most UK and Australian companies now have anti-bullying policies covering cyber-bullying. In comparison, only 1/5 Frenchcompanies have this.• Despite the results showing that cyber-bullying is less common in small companies, only 1/4 have anti-bullying policies coveringcyber-bullying. By contrast, most companies with more than 10,000 employees do.• While 6/10 UK and US employees agree that their bosses are responsible for their personal social media use at work, only 1/4German workers feel the same.• 13% of US workers have experienced a manager using information from a social network against them or a colleague
 
AVG Digital Diaries - Top line results
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Are you aware of your company's policy regarding cyber-bullying in the workplace? By country
AllUKUSAustraliaNewZealandCanadaFranceGermanyItalySpainCzechRepublic
Company hascomprehensivepoliciesincluding cyber-bullyingCyber-bullyingisn't coveredDon't know
37%
51%
44%
57%
39% 41%
20%
23% 30% 41% 23%25% 14% 20% 13% 20% 23% 31% 42% 33% 21% 30%38% 36% 37% 30% 41% 36% 48% 35% 37% 38% 47%
Key finding: Most UK and Australian companies now have anti-bullying policies covering cyber-bullying. In comparison, only 1/5French companies do.
Are you aware of your company's policy regarding cyber-bullying in the workplace? By company size
All1 to 99100 to 249250 to 499500 to 9991,000 to2,4992,500 to9,99910,000 to24,99925,000 to49,99950,000+
Company hascomprehensivepolicies includingcyber-bullyingCyber-bullyingisn't coveredDon't know
37%
25%
36% 39% 47% 45% 45%
51%56%
49%25% 37% 27% 27% 20% 17% 18% 10% 7% 15%38% 38% 37% 34% 33% 38% 36% 39% 37% 36%

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