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The employee's right to privacy versus the employer's right to monitor electronic transmissions from the workplace.
Privacy is important because it represents human dignity or the preservation of the ‘inner sanctum’. Due to technological developments the operational concerns of employers are continuously threatened or challenged by the ...
'Privacy in the workplace' : striking a balance between the privacy concerns of employees and the operational requirements of employers.
The value underlying privacy lies in the fact that it mirrors the very idea of human dignity and the protection of the personal realm. However operational requirements of employers and advancements in science and technology ...