Organizational misbehaviour has long been recognized as workers'' attempt to redress the balance of control and power in the workplace. The advent of the computer, particularly the internet, raised hopes of increased productivity but it also raised questions of ethical use in the workplace as it has huge potential for damage to fellow employee, the employer and the organization. Although it is a relatively new concept, data reveals the staggering lengths to which internet abuse has extended and the accompanying financial losses. This book examines the extent to which this phenomenon exists among public sector workers in St.Vincent and the Grenadines. It explores literature related to organizational misbehaviour with emphasis on internet abuse. It also examines data collected from the specified population. It then draws upon data collected to arrive at conclusions and formulate a proposed Internet Use Policy that could be used to control these activities and reduce the negative impacts they can have. The information could prove very useful to students and lecturers of management and organizational behaviour as well as employers who are trying to cope with the identified phenomenon.