By Melinda Garcia | Published February 2, 2017 | Posted in Email Correspondence, Employee Rights, Invasion of Privacy, Trade Mark | Tagged Tags: Email correspondence, employee, employer, Employment, Trade Secrets | Leave a comment
According to the State of California Department of Justice, “Your employer is generally allowed to monitor your workplace communications, such as business phone calls and computer usage, and to access to your voicemail and e-mail.” Though this has been the law for a considerable amount of time, employees across the state are still having a Read MoreRead More
In City of Ontario v. Quon, the Supreme Court ruled that employers have the right to read employees’ text messages – including personal ones – if they believe that the workplace rules are being violated. Though this ruling was handed down over six years ago, it is still a point of contention: Is it legal Read MoreRead More
From company credit cards to company cars, and company cell phones to company email accounts, employers these days provide it all to their employees, and while such perks are mostly appreciated, they can come with their pitfalls, such as their subjectivity to employer monitoring. When an employer provides an employee with a credit card, cell Read MoreRead More
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