According to a survey by the American Management Association and The ePolicy Institute, 63 percent of all employers monitor Internet surfing of their employees.
Since the computers you use at work are your employer’s property, they can legally monitor everything you do with it, down to each individual keystroke. But you’re not just being watched while you’re at work: Anything you publicly post on social media might be tracked and viewed by your employer, too.
Want to keep your personal information private? It starts by knowing your rights – or, more accurately, your employer’s rights. Here’s how they’re using them to spy on employees. Have a look through it and make sure you know all work policies issued by your superiors and your employment privacy rights (Strange but true- “Probably you don’t have any”).
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