Developing a Workplace Policy for Email, Cell Phone Use, and Messaging


These materials provide background information regarding

employee privacy rights that impact an employer's ability to monitor and control employee messaging. They discuss an employer's legal ability to monitor an employee's devices, including cell phones, email, and instant messaging, and highlight policies designed to permit monitoring and protect information from accidental or intentional disclosure.

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