From the Editor-in-Chief.
In this issue we have eight articles addressing a variety of subjects of interest to today's managers. The topics relate to workplace violence, marketing to children on the Internet, employee trust in the virtual organization, consumer confidence in e-commerce, managing change on a different basis, strategic alliances and ethical responsibility, sexual harassment sexual harassment, in law, verbal or physical behavior of a sexual nature, aimed at a particular person or group of people, especially in the workplace or in academic or other institutional settings, that is actionable, as in tort or under equal-opportunity statutes. , and street registration of securities.
In the first article, Ginn and Henry advocate addressing workplace violence from a health management perspective as "essentially health promotion and wellness with an eye on the bottom line." In the second article, Joel J. Davis provides a useful guide to the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act Not to be confused with the Child Online Protection Act.
The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA) is a United States federal law, located at Title 15, Section 6501, et seq., of the United States Code. (COPPA). The article's appendix lists each key COPPA criterion followed by COPPA requirements and the author's suggestions for compliance. Ariss, Nykodym, and Cole-Laramore conclude that monitoring employee behavior in the virtual organization cannot be done effectively. Instead, employers should aspire "to hire people who have high ethical standards and sound work habits."
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The timely theme of the 2003 business conference is "Trust, Responsibility, and Business." The conference will be held on April 10-13, 2003, and the call for papers and registration forms were mailed recently. In addition, the announcement is in this issue of the Journal (see pp. 32-33). You may also check SAM Web Site at www.cob.tamucc.edu/sam. We welcome any suggestions for discussants, session chairs, paper presenters, sponsors, or possible keynote speakers. Please make your hotel reservations early and plan to join us in Orlando, Florida, in April 2003. Our meetings are always educational and fun.
Moustafa H. Abdelsamad
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