Mar 182011
 
 March 18, 2011  Laws, Workplace

Fred Clasen-Kelly reports:

A legislative proposal that would grant citizens access to performance evaluations and other details about government employees in North Carolina has pitted the public’s right to know against worker privacy.

At an open government conference Thursday, a city of Charlotte official blasted the proposal, saying it was “a complete invasion” of privacy.

“I don’t want everyone in Charlotte to know I had a bad year,” said Hope Root, a city attorney.

Read more in the News & Observer.

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