Employee Surveillance: EAT zooms in on use of covert video evidence

A recent decision has focused on when it is acceptable for employers to rely on secret filming when investigating suspected misconduct, reports Mark Kaye ‘The EAT’s stance was very much based on the premise that an employee who has clearly acted fraudulently should not be allowed to hide behind privacy legislation.’The decision by an employer …
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