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  • Employees’ rights to privacy are being brought to question on many fronts—just what is your right to privacy at your place of employment? Does your employer have a right to read your personal e-mail? To place surveillance cameras in the restroom? To track the sites that you visit? Monitor your phone calls?
    • Evaluate the employer’s interest in monitoring employees, including the rights that employers have.
    • Assess the rights to privacy and protection from monitoring that employees should have.
    • Justify a brief communication plan for policies and procedures pertaining to monitoring.

     

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