April 27, 2011 Court, Non-U.S., Online, Surveillance, Workplace
In a 91-page opinion the National Labour Court recently laid down a clear set of rules regarding an employer’s right to monitor its employees’ email messages and other employee uses of workplace IT systems.(1) The rules impose severe restrictions on employers’ rights, subsequently calling for employers to consider modification and reform of their employee privacy policies.
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