- Written by Carl Larson
Due to continuing advances in technology, cameras and recording devices are now much smaller, cheaper, easier to use, and can reliably produce high quality video and audio. Moreover, due to the proliferation of smart phones, these devices are just about everywhere. As these devices enter the workplace, it raises important questions about privacy in the workplace and how that affects any reasonable expectations of privacy. Interference with certain privacy rights can subject employers to both civil and criminal liability.
- Written by SLG Staff
SLG has been receiving calls all week and has also heard a great deal of “chirping” in and around the industry about the impact of AB1513..... The Governor’s proposed fix to the non-productive time (“NPT”) litigation DISEASE that has spread throughout our industry.....