Workplace Surveillance - 10 tips

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A number of recent employment related cases have highlighted the need for employers to ensure they have compliant and comprehensive policies (For example see: Dianna Smith T/A Escape Hair Design v Sally-Anne Fitzgerald [2011] FWAFB 1422). Those policies need to address the issues of technology use at work, in connection with employment (which may extend to out-of-hours use) and the surveillance of those activities by an employer. Here are 10 tips to help you with your policy.

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