Employer Surveillance vs. Employee Privacy
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The paper discusses how although technology is often thought to increase employees' productivity, simplify work and makes workplaces better, technology also robs employees of privacy and employers of profits when it is misused by employees. The paper describes how employees wonder what to do when their communications and activities are monitored by management, and employers worry that employee use of technology can cost money when misappropriated or cause liability when used for illegal activity. The paper questions how much investigation and surveillance of employees is too much, and, how can employees protect their privacy in the workplace? This paper explores these issues and offers a tentative outline for a compromise position that balances employer needs against employee rights to benefit both groups.
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