Most employers will at some time need to monitor, record and read staff e-mails and correspondence, or check on their use of the telephone and internet. There may also be cases where covert surveillance either by video camera or private investigators is considered necessary. The law in this area is complex and, in some cases, contradictory. Similarly, vetting staff before taking them into employment can be equally fraught with legal issues. This book sets out the law in both areas clearly, and gives practical guidance, precedents and useful examples of policies and procedures for monitoring employees at work and vetting potential employees.Line managers should also have sight of itemised bills, as it is their responsibility to satisfy themselves that the mobile phone user has identified all personal calls and to query with the user any calls that appear to be private. The Departmentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Vetting and Monitoring Employees|
|Publisher||:||Gower Publishing, Ltd. - 2006|