Privacy in the Workplace

Gray Reed's Employer Handbook
August 11, 2011
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Can you rifle through an employee's purse at work? Can you listen to their phone calls or read their e-mail? Some of you are reacting to these questions as individuals who want their privacy protected. Others are reacting as managers or business owners who feel empowered to look at anything you please.

The true legal answer lies somewhere in the middle, but one thing is for sure, it is an issue you will one day confront, and you need to deal with it before that day arrives. Review this month's issue of the Employer Handbook to learn how.

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