Electronic Workplace Monitoring and Surveillance

This Note addresses electronic monitoring and surveillance of employees, including laws applicable to a private employer's monitoring of social media (such as Facebook). It discusses key issues private employers should consider, including compliance with wiretapping, privacy, anti-discrimination and labor relations laws. It also includes practical tips for minimizing the related risks.

Scott A. Faust, Proskauer Rose LLP, and Vanessa D. Gilbreth, with Practical Law Labor & Employment


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