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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    video that addressed the issues of electronic surveillance of employees. I will explain if workers can reasonably get privacy in the workplace, the difference between an open and enclosed office area, if Herman’s need for electronic surveillance is a sufficient reason, how an employee can engage in electronic surveillance, and finally explain to what extent the inclusion of innocent, unaware third parties in such surveillance is legal. In the conclusion I will explain how important these five questions

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    Running head: ELETRONIC SURVEILLANCE OF EMPLOYEES Electronic Surveillance of Employees Lorrie Bass Strayer University Assignment # 1 Submitted in Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Course LEG500: Law and Ethics in the Corporate Lateefah Muhammad Fall 2011 Contents Lorrie Bass 3 Date: January 12, 2012 3 Abstract 4 Discussion 1 Explain where an employee can reasonably exspect to have privacy in the work place…………..4 Answer 5

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  • Where an Employee Could Expect to Fine

    1. Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. There are specific labor laws and regulations that protect employee’s privacy rights in the workplace. Employees can reasonably expect to have privacy protections against their personal data, social security number, medical and health records and financial information. Employers can reserve the right to observe the telephones, computers, and even the workspace of their employees. Although electronic surveillance

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  • Assignment #1: Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Assignment #1: Electronic Surveillance of Employees In America there is a lack of comprehensive uniform legal standard protecting the privacy of its citizens. The no express “right to privacy” was written into the U.S. Constitution, although the Supreme Court has interpreted the First, Fourth, Fifth, and Ninth Amendments as creating certain privacy rights that cannot be violated by the government. Many employees may claim that electronic monitoring amounts to “intrusion” which is a variation on

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Assignment #1 Electronic Surveillance of Employees Strayer University Law, Ethics and Corporate Governance –LEG-5000 July 31 2011 1. Explain where an employees can reasonably expect o have privacy in the workplace? Every employee has the right to privacy in the workplace. Privacy in the workplace has become quite big issue. With the rise of continuing of technology and innovations many employers are seeking how far can they go to monitor their employee’s personal cell phone usage, personal

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    Electronic Surveillance Of Employees Running Head: Electronic Surveillance Of Employees Electronic Surveillance of Employees Cathy D. Brown Professor:: Anne Dewey-Balzhiser LEG500- Law, Ethics and Corporate Governance Date: January 22, 2012 Introduction: Some would say that workplace privacy rights are non-existent in the private sector. Workplace surveillance is that employers have a legitimate right to conduct surveillance for the benefit of themelves, the community at large for

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  • Law and Ethics

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Turrochelle McEachern Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance/ LEG 500 1/23/2011 Professor Eric Baime Electronic Surveillance of Employees Today, technology has increased that it enables us to connect with more people on a broader basis and in quicker ways. Organizations today are faced with the liability of their employees using technology for their own personal gain and thus issues related to workplace privacy. Organizations are coming up with

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Explain where an employee can reasonable expect to have privacy in the workplace. Some would say that workplace privacy rights are nonexistent in the private sector (Employee Issues, 2011). However, in order to be comfortable and successful in the workforce we as individuals need a certain amount of privacy. At the same token, employers have a desire to know certain information about not only the employee as an individual, but as a function of the corporation. Employers have a need to monitor

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  • Assignment # 1 Electronic Serveilance of Employees

    # 1 ELECTRONIC SERVEILANCE OF EMPLOYEES 1-Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. There are laws that protect employee records such as personal data, medical information, health status, social security numbers, information, and financial records. On the other hand employee workplace privacy rights are virtually nonexistent in private sector employment. That's because up to 92% of private-sector employers conduct some type of electronic surveillance on

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  • Electronic Surveilance of Employees

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Assignment #1 Natasha Wise LEG 500 Professor Diane V. Barrs Strayer University April 24, 2011 Abstract Do you think that no one would notice if you take a moment out of your workday to make personal calls, do some online shopping, or even check your personal e-mail? With the yearly increase in electronic surveillance of employees, employees should opt to conduct all of their personal activities such as shopping either at home or on their

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Assignment #1 - Electronic Surveillance of Employees Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. The given video case describes the private-sector employers’ surveillance activities. In this point, private-sector employers want to make sure that their business assets are not being violated at any time by anyone. Employers have the right to protect their business success, their finances, their buildings, and all of their equipment. There should be no expectations

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    1. Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. With the increased use of technology, employers are constantly searching for new means to protect their company, secure their investments, and increase employees’ productivity. Because of this, employees cannot reasonably expect to have privacy within the workplace. Although employees would like privacy in their office, on their computer, and during phone conversations, there is no law legally granting privacy

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  • Electronic Surveillance

    Electronic Surveillance of Employee Professor Cowan LEG 500 April 24 2011 Table of Content Page Where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace ……………….. 1 Explain whether it makes a difference if an employee is in an open area or in an enclosed office………………………………………………………………………………………..….. 2 Explain if Herman’s need to know whether his salespersons are honest is a sufficient ground for utilizing electronic surveillance…………………………………………………………....

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    ASSIGNMENT 1: ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE OF EMPLOYEES DATE: APRIL 18, 2011 Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. In accordance with the U.S. Constitution, the right to privacy for employees was granted under the First, Fourth, Fifth, Ninth, and the Fourteenth Amendment. Specifically, the Fourth Amendment guarantees the right of the people to be secure in their persons, hours, papers and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures of a person

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Ebony Claud Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance- 500 Professor Regenea Hurte July 15, 2011 Electronic Surveillance of Employees 1) Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. With company’s going under day in and day out employers are finding new ways to protect their assets and increase employee performance. Whether it is through surveillance or monitoring internet usage, companies are trying to

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  • Law and Ethics

    Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance July 17, 2011 1. Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. Employees are becoming increasingly concerned about their privacy as their employers are monitoring them electronically more than ever . The best way to ensure the privacy of personal calls made at work is to use your own mobile phone or a local pay phone. Employers are very interested in the loyalty

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  • Electronic Surveillance

    Ethics in the Government and Public Sector in Electronic Surveillance “Can you hear me now, Yes I can even see you” Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Abstract In todays society the number of computers, tablets, mobile devices will rise to about 65 billion devices connecting to the internet. That not counting vehicles, household applicances, gaming devices. However, with all of these deveices there is a significant benfit that will make our lives easier and one potential theat that invades

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  • Electronic Surveillance

    “Electronic Surveillance of Employees” Katy Romero Law, Ethics and Corporate Governance Dr. Andrea N. Brvenik Strayer University July 17, 2011 Electronic Surveillance of Employees An employer has the right to monitor the employees to increase the productivity and efficiency of its business. In the other hand, every person has the right of privacy within the organization. Human beings must experience a degree of privacy to thrive. Electronic surveillance is increasing every year within the

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Jorge Munoz Strayer University Week Three Assignment # 1 Law- Ethics and Corporate Governance Professor Eric Baime July 17 of 2011 Assignment #1 – Electronic Surveillance of Employees View the video: “Electronic Surveillance of Employees” by clicking on the link in the course shell. There is also a link that will allow you to print the script of the video. Write a four to five (4-5) page report that answers the following:  1.      Explain

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  • Electroinc Surveillance of Employees

    their own work space but today that may not be all possible due to electronic Surveillance . Employees are becoming increasingly concerned about their privacy as their employers are monitoring them electronically more closely than ever before. Still employees expect to have privacy at the lunch area, bathrooms and lockers. Besides those places the employee has little or almost no privacy within the company. Electronic monitoring allows an employer to observe what employees do on the job and

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  • Leg 500 Assignment 1

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Michael Crollman Strayer University October 19, 2011 Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. Employees can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace only when there is a reasonable expectation of privacy. This means that if you are in a situation or location at the workplace where a reasonable person would expect that they would be alone and isolated, then you could reasonably expect privacy. Very few

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  • Employee Surveillance

    Assignment #1 – Electronic Surveillance of Employees Explain Where an Employee Can Reasonably Expect to Have Privacy in the Workplace When employees go to work, and clock in for all intensive purposes they are on company property and company time. Anything that occurs, or is said has to portray the company in the best way possible. When employees are on company property it is my opinion that the organization reserves the right to monitor their employees. The only place an employee should reasonably

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  • Electronic Surveillance in the Workplace

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees 1. Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. Generally, the courts don’t “ally” the employee’s cause when it comes to privacy intrusion in the workplace unless it was unreasonable, “…only if he had an objectively reasonable expectation of seclusion or solitude in the place, conversation or data resources” Shulman 955 P.2d at 469. To be qualified as unreasonable, the intrusion should involve invading another person’s

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    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Electronic Surveillance of Employees Terri Stanley October 19, 2011 LEG500 Law, Ethics & Corporate Governance Professor Mischelle Best Abstract Electronic surveillance of employees is becoming more and more popular with companies. With the variety of computer programs and monitoring systems available for the sole purpose of monitoring what employees are doing while on the clock electronic surveillance of employees is on the rise. Issue of thief

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Law, Ethics and Corporate Governance - LEG 500 Strayer University 23 October 2011 Electronic Surveillance of Employees Introduction Employers are trying to monitor their employees even more to ensure employees' aren't using business hours to conduct personal business or violating other company policies. They want to ensure their employees' are being productive during work hours and are working to achieve company goals. This report will address the following:

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  • Electronic Survilliance of Employee

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Lilly Beth Rodriguez Dr. Williams LEG 500 October 18, 2011 1. Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace Employee privacy rights are automatically granted and protected by specific labor laws, regulations and certain rules to follow, especially when it comes to employment. There are laws that already exist in our society today to protect the one employee privacy of over their personnel records, the use and

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    Electronic Surveillance of Employees John Burnett Professor Dorothy Sliben Legal 500 Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance Strayer University October --,2011 Introduction I am rather pleased that I was able to successfully complete assignment I, Electronic Surveillance of Employees paper which highlights the overall pros and cons as they relate to the privacy of an organization's most integral commodity, the employee. The work surveillance is closely scrutinized

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    Running Head: Electronic Surveillance of Employees Electronic Surveillance of Employees Tenika Farris Professor: Anne Dewey- Balzhiser LEG 500-Law, Ethics & Corp. Governance 10/22/2011 Introduction New technology allows employers to monitor the job performance of their employees which has become a common practice in some workplaces. This procedure can be accomplished through e-mail, telephone, camera, internet and other electronic surveillance monitoring systems. This procedure was

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  • Electronic Surveillance

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Brent Schenkel Roy Basile, J.D LEG 500 October 23, 2011 Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. Obviously, employee privacy should not be an issue when it comes to a restroom or a locker room facility. This would invade personal privacy and has been upheld by numerous cases in a court of law. But any other parts of the grounds of the company are considered public areas and can have surveillance monitoring.

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  • Electronic Surveliance of Employees

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Purvil Patel Professor Pearlie Bush Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance – LEG 500 April 24, 2011 Throughout this paper I will be illustration many questions around “Electronic Surveillance of Employees”. I will discuss the video and explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace, whether or not if it makes a difference if an employee is in an open area workspace or an enclosed office space, explain if Herman’s need to

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  • Business Assignment 1

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Angela Hockaday Strayer University Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance LEG 500 Professor Anne Dewey-Balzhiser October 23, 2011 Abstract This paper will explore Electronic Surveillance of Employees. First, we will discuss and explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. Secondly, we will review information regarding in the office workplace there are typically two types of workspaces, an open area, in which there

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  • Surveillance in the Workplace

    Assignment One 1 Abstract Many employers recognize that need for a specific policies regarding surveillance or monitoring in the workplace. The primary purpose of such policies is to eliminate any expectation of privacy on the part of an employee utilizing company technologies or property for personal use. However, even when an employer has a policy, it is nonetheless common for employers to tolerate some degree of private usage by employees. This is one dilemma for employers and the main

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees LEG 500 Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance January 22, 2012 1. Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. Human beings need privacy and have a right to expect privacy in certain areas of their lives. The areas where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace are very limited. Common decency precludes monitoring in highly private locations, such as bathrooms. Personal items, such as purses

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    Electronic Surveillance of Employees By Rekiea Colbert Dr. Macbeth LEG 500 11/23/11 1. Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. Privacy in the workplace has been an ongoing and perhaps a continued effort for all companies in an effort to protect viable information. Employees as well are concerned if employers of having too much control or access to their privacy. The manner in which certain privacy can be reasonably expected lies

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Assignment #1 – Electronic Surveillance of Employees DJhonna M. Jones Legal 500 January 28, 2012 Professor Lisa Armonda, J.D. Abstract: This paper is a look at the Video “Electronic Surveillance of Employees”. It will cover where employees can reasonable expect to have privacy, open and enclosed area effects on employees. It will also cover Mr. Herman’s information needs, employer electronic surveillance of employee’s extent, and unaware third party usage in surveillance.

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Week 3 Assignment # 1 LEG 500 Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance By Anthony McKenzie Presented to Prof. Moses Cowan February, 16, 2012 1) Explain where an

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Running Header: Video Assignment Electronic Surveillance of Employees Strayer University Professor Whitney Davis, Esq. LEG 500 22 January 2012 Franchrista M. Rollie Explain Where an Employee Can Reasonably Expect to Have Privacy in the Workplace Employee privacy rights are automatically granted and protected by specific labor laws, regulations and certain rules to follow, especially when it comes to employment. There are laws already in existence in our society to protect that one

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  • Electronic Surveillance

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Employee privacy is a controversial topic. There is a need to ensure quality and accuracy in the interactions with customers. This need opens the discussion of what is insuring quality and what is an invasion of privacy. With the advancement in technology there are many surveillance options at the disposal of employers. The employer must review all surveillance options to determine which are legal as well as beneficial to customers, employees, and the business

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace? Employees can reasonably expect to have privacy in two areas of an organization, the restroom and break room. If an organization were to install recording devices in the either place this would violate employee’s reasonable expectation of privacy. According to the Fourth Amendment, U.S. Constitution “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, house, paper and effects, against unreasonable searches and

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    1. Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. Let’s start off with what are some employee rights in the workplace. Employee Privacy Rights in the Workplace have brought two opposing points of view to the forefront for employers. When dealing with privacy issues in workplace situations, employers are duty bound to maintain an environment that is not hostile to workers. “The courts have passed laws concerning race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, gender

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. The only reasonable area an employee can expect to have privacy in the workplace is in the restroom. “Because electronic monitoring is now commonplace, it may be considered normal, if not accepted, as long as employers can point to a legitimate purpose for monitoring, it will be difficult for employees to win cases against them.” (Halbert & Ingulli pg 74). With this being said, within the private sector privacy law

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. Most employees are becoming self aware and frequently increasingly concerned about their privacy on daily basis, as their employers are constantly monitoring them electronically way more obvious than ever before. Thought, attempt had been tried to block this sneaking activity, but the number of failures at some state whom tried to prevent this monitoring activity still failing, as employers always have some strong

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    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Dawn Cuffie Professor M. Best Law, Ethics and Corporate Goverance-LEG 500 January 22, 2012 1. Explain where an employee can reasonable expect to have privacy in the workplace. Employees are deemed not to have “a reasonable expectation of privacy”. Employees are expected to follow guidelines and regulations regarding usage of workplace computers, telephones, cell phones, pagers, email and internet. These are often times found in the employee handbook

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  • Electronic Survilleance

    Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. Is there truly such a thing as privacy in the workplace? In today’s society it is possible for companies to monitor every aspect of what employees do in the office environment, from email, surfing the Internet to phone conversations. Federal and state laws specifically address an employer's right and ability to monitor, save, record, access, or otherwise conduct surveillance of employees' use of company electronic

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. A typical workspace has a desk, a computer, file drawers, telephones, and maybe a plant for decoration. And if you are lucky, you may have a window and a door. Because companies are trying to conserve space and stay within budget, most offices include more than one person in a room with dividers or columns separating each person. There is no privacy because everyone can hear your conversation and now what you are

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Professor Michael Hall Law, Ethic, and Corporate Governance- LEG 500 November 1, 2011 Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. You may think your United States employee rights authorize you to have a privacy workplace. People are wrong because, according to workplace privacy studies, the odds were good that your employer was monitoring all your internet actions, including your web pages and chat

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Assignment 1: Electronic Surveillance of Employees Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance – LEG 500 Strayer University. January 22, 2012 1. Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. Privacy has become an extremely important part of American culture. Privacy is freedom from unsanctioned intrusion (American Heritage Dictionary). It is an implied right based on the Fourth, Fifth, and Ninth Amendments of the Constitution (August, et al., 2001). Employees

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Law, Ethics & Corporate Governance October 23, 2011 1. Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees "the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures" (U.S. Const., amend. IV.1), however, the Fourth Amendment applies only to government actions, not to actions of private employers

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  • Leg 500 Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    Electronic Surveillance of Employees Law Ethics and Corporate Governance Electronic Surveillance of Employees 1. Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. From the time an employee reaches his work place or is on a sales call he is typically on either company property or he may be on property owned by a customer of his company.   So that employee is now utilizing company time- which he is being paid for, equipment and supplies.   Taking this into

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  • Electronic Surveillance of Employees

    View the video: “Electronic Surveillance of Employees” by clicking on the link in the course shell. There is also a link that will allow you to print the script of the video. Write a four to five (4-5) page report that answers the following: 1. Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. In today’s age of e-mail, internet, and increased use of technology, there are very few places that an employee can expect to have privacy in the workplace. The

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