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What is Workplace Privacy?

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Workplace privacy is the protection of individual privacy rights in the workplace.
In many cases, employees are afforded protection under the law. For example, in some jurisdictions privacy legislation has been interpreted to include employees. As such, workplace privacy is a compliance function. This is also viewed as an important element of corporate culture. A firm that is open and communicative about how information is monitored and privacy protected may benefit from increased employee engagement and trust.
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Protection of individual privacy in the workplace.
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