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Privacy In The Workplace

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Privacy In The Workplace

Privacy In The Workplace

Privacy In The Workplace

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Employers have always been able to keep an eye on their employees by simply walking around to see how the work's going. Increasingly, however, employers are taking advantage of high-tech devices to monitor their workers. There are few laws that restrict electronic eavesdropping. Join guest host Neal Conan for a discussion about the impact of workplace surveillance and how it effects worker morale. Privacy in the workplace, on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News Guests: Louis Maltby Director, ACLU Workplace Rights Project Al Feliu Partner, Paul, Hastings, Janofsky and Walker Law Firm, New York City Author The Primer on Individual Employee Rights (Bureau National Affairs, 1996) Listeners call in