Bringing Human Rights To The Workplace
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Wall Street Journal interview on employee tracking
The word "privacy" means many different things to different people. One widely accepted meaning, however, is the right to be left alone.
New developments in science and technology are on a collision course with the rights of U.S. workers.
The National Workrights Institute Endorses S. 306 The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2005
Employers love to keep tabs on their workers. And technology now makes it easy for companies to monitor you - from punch-in to quitting time.
Biometric indicators such as electronic fingerprints can provide improved security for critical facilities. Used improperly, however, biometrics can lead to invasion of privacy and wholesale identity theft.
Some employers track employees during their private lives with the GPS on their cell phone.
DRUG TESTING IN THE WORKPLACE
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