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Employee Privacy in the Workplace:

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Employee Privacy in the Workplace:

Employee Privacy 1

Employee Privacy in the Workplace:

Do you think Employers go Overboard?

Employee Privacy 2

Privacy in the Workplace:

Do you think Employers go overboard?

As traffic on the "information superhighway" continues to explode a number

of wondering questions about the use and abuse of these information

networks arises. One issue of primary concern is whether the current

law provides adequate protection for the employees right to privacy in the

workplace from threats posed by computer technology, electronic

, video and sound recording equipment, and databases filled

with personal information. What are the guidelines for an employees' right

to privacy in the workplace? Do think employers go over board?

What would you do if you called a company or a business for their

services only to discover after they were in your home, they were not

legit and scammed many other people and was not able to meet the

guidelines they promised? Then realizing all would have

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