Legal Briefs™ Workplace Privacy: Does It Really Exist?

Legal Briefs™ Workplace Privacy: Does It Really Exist?

Workplace privacy issues can be tricky—in large part due to expectations on the part of employees of having the same rights to privacy at work as they do at home. From things such as appropriate handling of employee records and information to the need of the company to track the use of technology, privacy definitions and expectations can raise many questions for which managers need to have the answers.


Type:eLearning - Classic ID:694 
Course Level:Intermediate
Learning Paths:Ethics & Compliance, Leadership
Main Topic:Management
Other Topics:Communication, Professionalism
Competencies:Managing Legal Risk
Suggested Industry Usage:Healthcare, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality
Subject:Managing Legal Risk
Source Program:Legal Briefs Workplace Privacy: Does It Really Exist?
Trainer Comments:Use with other Legal Briefs programs to fully prepare your leaders for their role in understanding and enforcing employment laws.
Diversity Profile:Caucasian male(s), Caucasian female(s), Hispanic male(s), African American male(s), Asian male(s); Various ages
Seat Time:30 - 45 minutes
Interactivity:Linear navigation, full video, full audio, interactions

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