Answer to Question #94138 in Management for Mariel

Question #94138
Most companies have policies that regulate employees’ personal use of work computers during work hours. Some even monitor employee e-mails and track the Web sites that have been visiting.
Do you consider this type of surveillance an invasion of privacy?
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Expert's answer
2019-09-09T13:06:57-0400

The workplace is subject to various state and federal constitutional laws and provisions concerning when the employees have a right to privacy, and when and if they have to be informed that they are monitored (Managing Workplace, 2019). In that regard, from a legal point of view, revealing surveillance is the cleverest tactic. Allowing employees to be aware that they will be watched removes their reasonable privacy expectation. 


Reference

Managing Workplace Monitoring and Surveillance. (2019, March 13). SHRM. Retrieved from https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/tools-and-samples/toolkits/pages/workplaceprivacy.aspx


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