Union: Company Not Protecting Workers
EMPLOYEE PRIVACY—AUSTRALIAOctober 30, 2013
ABC reports the Communications, Electrical and Plumbing Union, which represents Tasmania’s Aurora Energy workers, is accusing the company of not protecting the privacy of employees who drive vehicles equipped with tracking devices. “That information now is out there for the general public to have a look at," said the union's Todd Lambert. “They can just download this app; they can punch in the password, which is very readily available across Aurora because so many people have it, and they can view people coming and going.” A company spokesman indicated Aurora “has no intention of interfering with employee privacy,” the report states.