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Workplace Privacy


Workplace privacy is a quickly changing area that presents a minefield of issues before, during, and after employment. When are background checks allowed? Can employers and employees secretly record each other? What limits are there on an employer monitoring the workplace and the use of its computer and telephone systems? Can companies restrict what employees say? What can a company do when it suspects theft of its confidential information? These are some of the privacy-related issues that members of our Labor and Employment Law Practice will explore in both union and non-union workplaces.

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Susan Lorenc
Mike Duffee

Originally Presented:
June 4, 2014