FACTORS INFLUENCING MANAGERIAL DISCLOSURE OF AIDS HEALTH INFORMATION TO COWORKERS
Management and International Business
This research investigates the importance of legal concerns over lawsuits, fear of AIDS in the workplace, and gender as factors influencing a manager's decision to disclose AIDS health information to coworkers. Data was obtained from questionnaires administered to managers employed in service, manufacturing, and government organizations. Findings indicate that both fear of AIDS in the workplace and concern over lawsuits exhibited a significant relationship with the likelihood of sharing AIDS health information and gender was found to moderate the relationship between likelihood of sharing AIDS health information, and fear of AIDS in the workplace. Male managers exhibited a higher level of fear of AIDS than female managers and did female managers, were found to be somewhat less likely than male managers to share AIDS health information with coworkers. Study findings, suggestions for future research, and implications are discussed.
JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
(1995). FACTORS INFLUENCING MANAGERIAL DISCLOSURE OF AIDS HEALTH INFORMATION TO COWORKERS. JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 25(12), 1043-1057.
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