Employers often implement certain practices that intrude on their employees’ privacy. Luckily, the California Constitution, along with several provisions of the California Labor Code, afford employees certain privacy protections in the workplace. Privacy issues are usually raised with respect to the following:
In a digital age, privacy rights are crucial. Employers cannot have unfettered access to employees’ sensitive private information. If your privacy rights have been violated at work, speak to one of our team members now.
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