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    Privacy in the workplace: What can the employer monitor?

    Luis Arroyo

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    Aug. 2, 2011 – Various forms of technology in the workplace, such as work-issued computers, phones, and PDAs, allow companies to work more efficiently and improve the bottom line. However, such technology also provides employees with the ability to transfer mass amounts of information with little more than a click of a button. In this video, employment law attorney Luis Arroyo discusses to what degree an employer can monitor an employee’s electronic activity, how such information can be used when making employment-related decisions, and how the employer can protect its information from disclosure.

    Arroyo spoke at the State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE™ Real Estate & Business Law Institute, June 9, in Wisconsin Dells. Interested in viewing programs held during the Institute? Select sessions will be available via webcast this fall. Check the PINNACLE Seminars Calendar for more information later this summer.