Employee Privacy Rights: How Far Do They Go?
Privacy rights in the workplace are rarely absolute, and where the law draws the line is not always clear. Marijuana, employee compensation information, personnel files, video and audio surveillance, drug testing, GPS tracking and e-mail and Internet monitoring all present privacy issues that can lead to exposure if not handled properly.
James J. McDonald, Jr., Fisher & Phillips LLP
Jim has more than 26 years of experience advising and defending California employers, and he is author of the book, California Employment Law: An Employer’s Guide, published by the Society for Human Resource Management. He also holds both the SPHR and SHRM-SCP certifications. He would be an excellent addition to your group’s speaking schedule and would appreciate the opportunity to present to Human Resources professionals in the Antelope Valley.
This program has been approved for 1.25 Professional Development Credits (PDCs), towards SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP, through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
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