Do I Have A Right To Privacy At Work?

You sent an email to your romantic interest or spouse. You replied to a doctor’s office regarding your health issues. You sent these emails from your work computer. Are you entitled to privacy? You would be surprised at how little privacy you are entitled to at work. Courts have generally sided with employers because it is the employer’s place of business. Certainly, most of us do not have much activity at work which needs to be kept secret, but it would be an error on your part to assume you have a right to privacy in particular areas. What is your expectation to privacy while at work? Read the linked article and be alert. Knowing what isn’t going to be private will actually help you to be a better employee in the long run.

Dillon Job Service Employment Specialists are here to answer questions, review your cover letter and resume or assist you in creating these documents. Come in today and find out the resources available to you in your job search. We are located at 730 N. Montana St, Suite #4, Dillon, MT or call 406.683.4259.

Disclaimer: Dillon Job Service will provide links to resources with helpful tips and information for your job search. Dillon Job Service does not directly or indirectly endorse any third party products or service. All services at Dillon Job Service are free of charge.


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