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Do business owners have the right to monitor employee's internet or phone usage?
Employee privacy rights have become an increasingly controversial legal issue, especially as employers increase their reliance on computers and email in the modern-day workplace. Simply put, although it may be easy, even entertaining, to monitor your employees' online activities, be careful that your activities are not verging on illegal.
Employee privacy rights in the workplace need to be weighed against your desire to control business operations. Here are some basic rights to know in some of the more popular privacy-related areas.
Although employers have tremendous leeway when it comes to ensuring that employees are not engaging in illegal or unproductive activities being aware of your limitations is essential. Putting in place a policy for workplace communications and expectations will not only serve to place employees on notice of acceptable behavior but can also serve to limit your legal liability.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.
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