Privacy Advisor

Employee monitoring technologies and data privacy - no one-size-fits-all globally

05.01.2009
When it comes to protecting intellectual property, ensuring productivity, and identifying bad behavior, the tools available to employers are many and powerful. But their use poses legal risks and challenges. In this article, Lothar Determann and Lars Brauer shed light on the legal environment surrounding employee monitoring. This is the first article in a Privacy Advisor series on workplace and employee privacy. In future months we'll explore the privacy-related concerns surrounding background checks, employee surveillance, safekeeping HR data, and more.

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