Employers Spying On Canadian Workers, Study Suggests

Posted on Monday, July 10 at 11:48 by jensonj
Human resources executives responsible for workplace privacy often have little knowledge of the potential intrusiveness of technologies at work in their own companies, he said. They rarely know what information is being collected by colleagues running company computer systems, he said. "The executives that are responsible for privacy in the workplace are not fully aware of the extent of ... the surveillance activity that is conducted," he said. Managers often work without guidelines about how to respond if surveillance reveals an employee behaving suspiciously, said Levin. http://www.cbc.ca/story/canada/national/2006/07/10/privacy-workplace.html?print [Proofreader's note: this article was edited for spelling and typos on July 11, 2006]

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