Sep 182015
 September 18, 2015  Posted by  Non-U.S., Workplace

DAC Beachcroft LLP writes:

The Hungarian data protection authority (NAIH) has recently issued a decision on workplace surveillance of employees (Decision)…. The main findings of the Decision were:

  • Employee monitoring for the purpose of increasing work intensity and work quality would be unlawful;
    • Only the minimum necessary data should be recorded;
    • Recording can only take place if the commission of a crime is a real possibility;
    • A privacy notice must be in place;
    • Set data retention periods must be complied with; and
    • Employees must be able to review the footage.

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