Employee Monitoring: Do employees have the right to a private life at work?

Laura Daniels reviews a recent case on whether monitoring an employee’s personal communications breached his human rights ‘Member states should ensure that an employer’s measures to monitor correspondence and other communications, irrespective of those measures’ extent and duration, are accompanied by sufficient safeguards against abuse.’ The European Court of Human Rights has decided in Barbulescu …
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