SB 1289 Workplace privacy.
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Summary as introduced:
Workplace privacy. Requires employers with 10 or more employees to notify employees prior to engaging in electronic monitoring. The bill provides limited restrictions on the power to engage in and the disclosure of material obtained through electronic monitoring. Employers are not required to give notice when they have reasonable grounds to believe that a particular employee is engaged in conduct that violates the law, the legal rights of the employer or the employer's employees, or creates a hostile workplace environment, and that electronic monitoring will produce evidence of this misconduct. The original version of this bill is a recommendation of the Joint Commission on Technology and Science.

Full text:
01/15/03  Senate: Presented & ordered printed 035313544  pdf | impact statement

Status:
01/15/03  Senate: Presented & ordered printed 035313544
01/15/03  Senate: Referred to Committee on Commerce and Labor
02/03/03  Senate: Left in Commerce and Labor