What’s private and what’s not?
Much of today’s business is conducted online via email and websites, remotely by work-at-home employees, on personal devices like smartphones and tablets, and even through social media accounts. As a result, the line between business and personal activities has become more blurred than ever.
How can a business keep track of its employees’ business activities without infringing on their personal privacy? Walk the Line: Workplace Behavior & Privacy Issues is your guide to the legalities of privacy in the workplace.
Find clarity amidst the complexity of workplace privacy laws and receive practical advice for navigating common scenarios. You’ll learn:
- The status of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies and what they mean for employee privacy
- The rules for employer surveillance of internet use and email contents
- What employers can and can’t do regarding employee activity on personal social media accounts and mobile devices
- When an employer is allowed to search employee desks, smartphones, lockers, vehicles, or equipment
- Helpful workplace policies every employer should implement
Help employers handle the delicate balancing act of monitoring employees without violating their privacy by attending Walk the Line: Workplace Behavior & Privacy Issues.