Privacy in the Workplace

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November 21, 2013








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Many employers have a variety of equipment their employees use on a day-to-day basis: computers, telephones, vehicles, tools, keys to certain rooms, etc. If an employee chooses to use the equipment, the employer has the right to monitor and keep track of how the equipment is used, who is using it, and where it has been during possession...
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Even though the employer does have the right to monitor employees on the job, the rights still have to be agreed upon by the employee and the employee must be aware of the monitoring (1). The employee can be in opposition to the monitoring taking place. With this requirement of having to notify employee monitoring, this eliminates the employer being able to monitor at random when suspicious activity is being performed...
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