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Do your managers clearly understand the rules about privacy in the workplace? This program examines employees’ right to privacy and your organization’s rights to protect its information and property. Managers will learn how to effectively and legally establish, document, communicate and enforce policies regarding privacy.
Managing employees' expectations of privacy in the workplace.
How to be sensitive to an employee's expectation of privacy; the obligation of a manager to inform employees about re-entry
The internet and social media have created new areas of concern for managers. You might wonder, how can privacy law even be an issue for something that is so public? Well, the answer is, there are at least two kinds of privacy. One is where we have to keep confidential information… confidential. But the other is where an employer is not allowed to consider an employee’s private life, even if that life is very public.
You have a responsibility to safeguard employee records by ensuring that confidential information is kept in appropriate confidential files, preferably in a locked cabinet or office. Neglecting to take action to correct filing problems could open your organization up to a lawsuit.
How an organization establishes, documents, communicates and enforces employment policies can impact workplace privacy.
Reviews the appropriate actions to handle workplace privacy.
When privacy and productivity clash.
Workplace privacy and performance