Computer-based monitoring is an increasingly common form of surveillance in the workplace. As the number of employees using computers has increased, so too has the prevalence of...
Many companies electronically monitor their employees' Internet and e-mail usage, but doing so can lead to lawsuits by employees who believe their privacy is being invaded. However, in a number...
Exceptions to Federal Wiretap Statutes
Employers have two exceptions to liability under the federal wiretap statute. One is known as the business extension exemption. Under this exception, an employer may monitor its...
Invasion of Privacy Claims by Employees
Most employees who have sued their employers for monitoring have done so under state invasion of privacy actions. In general, the employee must show that he or she had a reasonable expectation...
Limitations on Employees surveillance
In certain cases, employees are able to pursue state and federal wiretap statutory remedies, within limits, against employers that monitor their employees' communications. In 1968, Congress...
Practical Steps To Avoid Employees Suits For Surveillance
Although there is no way to completely insulate a company from suits by an employee who is under surveillance, employers may consider one or more of the following suggestions: · Integrate e-mail...
The covert surveillance of employees by employers has emerged as a growing and controversial industrial issue in recent years. Great research has been conducted to determine various...
Telephone-based surveillance is another traditional and still commonly used form of surveillance. In the workplace, telephone-based surveillance takes two forms: telephone call accounting and...
The video camera is one of the most commonly used surveillance devices in the workplace. As the cost of video surveillance equipment has fallen, this form of surveillance has become affordable to...
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