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    Employment Business Law: Privacy in hotel room for over the road trucker

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    The employer of an over-the-road trucker customarily rented and then paid for the trucker's hotel room during business travel. When a permit book went missing, employer searched the trucker's hotel room without authorization from the employee. Does the trucker have a reasonable expectation of privacy in that hotel room?

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    Employees' Expectation of Privacy

    Employer is a person, who is responsible for each activity of employees in the organization. In hotel without any authorization of employees, employer searched their room. In this situation there is one possible condition occurs that is invasion of privacy (Casilly & Draper, 2006). Employment law provides a provision to employees for their privacy called expectation of privacy. ...

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    The expert examines privacy in hotel rooms for over the road trucker.