Workplace Privacy: Answers and Practical Solutions helps employers understand both the state and numerous federal laws affecting workplace privacy.
While workplace privacy has long been a central issue facing employers, electronic technologies such as the Internet, e-mail and networked computers have added new questions regarding employees' rights to privacy. Monitoring employee behavior now may be more sophisticated with new technologies, but at the same time employers are overwhelmed with a host of new considerations and challenges with regard to employee privacy rights.
Written by noted employment law expert David Safon, Esq., of the New York firm Benetar Bernstein Schair & Stein, with contributions from other Worklaw Network attorneys, Workplace Privacy: Answers and Practical Solutions examines how employers can effectively balance the interests of their companies with their employees' rights to privacy.
Workplace Privacy addresses such issues as:
-- conducting pre-employment inquiries;
-- monitoring employees' telephone, e-mail and computer use;
-- conducting workplace investigations;
-- controlling employee behavior on and off duty; and
-- maintaining workplace records, such as personnel files and medical records.
The book also features many sample policies, state law charts, court cases, and Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act forms.
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Book Description Thompson Pub Group, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0967047099
Book Description Thompson Pub Group, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0967047099