Employment Memo

 CHAPTER 23  Monitoring, searches and privacy 

Many employers make some checks on the quantity and quality of work produced by their workers, for example counting the number of calls made on a daily or weekly basis by telesales workers. Such monitoring of work output is often termed performance monitoring. Employers may also check their workers' behaviour and their conformity with company policies, procedures and any legal requirements, for example compliance with health and safety rules or discrimination rules. This is commonly termed surveillance.
The right to privacy is also discussed in section 3.

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