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Published on Jun 5, 2012
Professor Eric Gilbert of the School of Interactive Computing has found that 14.7% of workplace emails can be classified as gossip. What's more, gossip is prevalent among all levels of organizational hierarchies (though lowest ranks gossip the most), and negative gossip is almost three times as prevalent as positive gossip. The study is based on the Enron email corpus, and Dr. Gilbert collaborated with Ph.D. student Tanushree Mitra. (Music by Gil Weinberg - Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology).