Comment 2HT Privacy at work


People in leadership positions may sacrifice privacy for security


Privacy at work (Score: 1)

by on 2014-07-17 18:00 (#2HT)

This seems to be studying leadership roles via the worker/boss mentality, in which case I would probably tend to agree in a very narrow way: Privacy at work doesn't exist, and for the sake of the company (liability usually being near the top of the list) it probably shouldn't. Being a boss means knowing what your employees are doing.
Does that mean my boss should look into my private life? Absolutely not; not even in the case of a pre-employment background check (which nowadays seems to include perusing social media).

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