May 022016
 May 2, 2016  Workplace, Youth & Schools

From an editorial in the Mankato Free Press last week:

An ill-conceived plan by the Minnesota State Colleges and University System to make rules to inspect the personal cellphones of MnSCU employees almost at will should be dumped.

The initial proposal announced at the end of March called for MnSCU adjusting its employee rules to allow the system to inspect personal cellphones or mobile devices of employees if they are used for work. If they refused, they could be disciplined.

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