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Privacy

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Always get employee’s permission to record conversation about complaints

11/08/2017

Here’s a reminder for Pennsylvania employers: Before videotaping or otherwise recording an investigation into an employee complaint, get permission to do so. Otherwise, you may face a wiretapping criminal charge.

Fingerprint time tracking? Check state law

10/26/2017
In recent years, employers have seized on biometric technologies such as fingerprint scanning as a way to control time-clock abuse. But before you rush out to buy the latest in technology, be sure to check with your attorney or your state labor department.

‘Chipping’ employees raises privacy concerns

08/03/2017
A Wisconsin software firm has become the first U.S. company to offer employees the option of being microchipped. These injectable microchips allow employees to open secure doors or log on to their computers.

Pharma firm claims exec divulged confidential files

08/02/2017
Teva Pharmaceuticals, headquartered in Horsham, Pa., is suing a former executive, claiming she transferred confidential computer files to her boyfriend—the president and CEO of Apotex, Canada’s largest pharmaceutical manufacturer.

What’s the problem with checking social media accounts of applicants and employees?

08/02/2017
Q. I would like to ensure that all of the individuals working for us do not engage in morally questionable behavior. Since many people show their true selves on social media, not at work, can I check the social media profiles of applicants and employees?

States crack down on use of workers’ biometric data

07/12/2017
Do you collect biometric data on your employees? If so, be aware that more states are regulating how you collect, store and disseminate the sensitive information.

Make sure employees know you’re monitoring

06/15/2017
Few HR pros relish the thought of playing Big Brother. However, safeguarding sensitive data relies on being able to monitor employees’ use of your computer systems. In turn, you have an obligation to notify employees that you are watching what they read, write, download and upload.

Liability is murky, but employers should still take measures to protect personal data

06/07/2017
Can an employer be held liable for any damage that results from a data breach that leads to identity theft?

Postage and parking fees do not a lawsuit make

04/12/2017
Sometimes, all an employee has to do to bring a federal lawsuit is pay the filing fee. The result is that employers sometimes have to defend against bogus claims.

HR data security: 5 questions to ask IT today

03/02/2017
Before you add even one more sensitive file to the server, find out just how secure your systems truly are.
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