Discuss the employee claims that counter businesses’ justification of electronic surveillance

Discuss the employee claims that counter ’ justification of electronic surveillance.

2.  Name the two main factors that most courts use in determining whether or not electronic monitoring of employees is an invasion of privacy.

3.  Briefly describe what Alan Westin believes are the “functions of privacy.”

4.  Discuss Lewis Maltby’s proposition that employers should not do drug testing (or other testing related to off-work conduct) but should instead focus on impairment testing when an is entering the workplace.

5.  Under the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA) it is unlawful for an employer to request, require or purchase genetic information related to employees of their families.  List at least three exceptions to this rule.

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