Mar 062016
 March 6, 2016  Non-U.S., Surveillance, Workplace

Dror Halavi reports on a workplace surveillance claim in Jerusalem:

Police have opened an investigation against the Rami Levy supermarket chain  over charges by employees that management has been spying on them, illicitly recording their private activities and conversations in-store, or having them followed outside of work hours. A report in business daily Globes said that a worker who had come forward to complain about the matter launched the investigation, and that police have already questioned senior management this week.

According to the worker, who gave an interview on Channel Two, the company used video surveillance cameras to record all actions and conversations of workers while they were on duty, and used the phones that were distributed to workers to locate them at any time (using a device’s GPS chip) and even occasionally eavesdrop on their conversations.

Read more on Hamodia.

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