Employee privacy rights often come down to one key phrase: “reasonable expectation of privacy.” But what exactly does that mean and do you translate that ambiguous standard into a meaningful policy for your organization.


In this Quick Take, you’ll learn:

  • What “reasonable expectation of privacy” means, and why it’s so important
  • Five common ways supervisors may violate employee privacy
  • Three guidelines to help you stay on the right side of the law


NOTE: This program has been reviewed by an employment law attorney. However, the publisher is not engaged in rendering legal advice or services. Should additional clarification be needed on any of this content, please seek the assistance of your Human Resources department or the person responsible for employment law compliance in your organization.

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