Surveillance | Snooping bosses told to 'watch their backs' in profane employee memo

Snooping bosses told to 'watch their backs' in profane employee memo

Monitoring staff at work isn’t abnormal and employers can do this is several ways. From using CCTV to boost employee safety, to looking at their digital search history or listening into phone calls, employers are able to monitor staff while they work.

According to the Data Protection Act, employers are able to monitor their staff though it is important to remember that staff are entitled to some privacy at work, therefore surveillance shouldn’t be excessive and needs to be justified.

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