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Electronic Surveillance at Work

- Argue for or against the practice of electronic employee surveillance at work. Provide specific examples to support your argument. What laws, if any, may be violated by such practices?

- Argue for or against employee testing in relation to the job you currently hold. Be sure to take into account both the needs of the employer as well as the privacy concerns of the employees. Provide specific examples to support your response.

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- Argue for or against the practice of electronic employee surveillance at work. Provide specific examples to support your argument. What laws, if any, may be violated by such practices?

The use of surveillance at work can be both beneficial and detrimental for businesses because of privacy issues and the ability to cut costs by eliminating the most costly unmitigated expense for businesses, which is employee theft. Employee theft costs businesses millions of dollars in losses each year and any program that would assist in stemming this problem would be welcomed and by most business owners. The key to possessing a ...

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This solution provides students with an understanding of the current use of electronic surveillance at work by employers on their employees. In addition the student is given a personal explanation from the academic expert in regard to the efficacy of using drug testing on employees at work.

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