Employee Privacy Report 1
In this report, I will be addressing e-mail, Internet use, and privacy policies in my workplace; the current laws regulating employee e-mail and Internet privacy; the reasons to companies carry out e-mail and Internet use policies; the assumptions employees make about their privacy at work; and how these policies affect employee privacy at work.
E-Mail and Internet Use , Privacy Policies
The E-mail/Internet usage and privacy policies at my job are part of a system of written decisions established by the organization to support and to build a desire culture through managing risk, regulation, and administration. They are current regulatory policies that happen within the workplace. The written guidelines help people keep up the integrity of business organization. The policies allows the organization to limit the discretion of person; to regulated; and arrive at certain types of behavior whether behaviors are good or bad. They tell every one of the written standards of conduct that governed the company's e-mail usage, internal usage, and its privacy policies within the company. They establish responsibilities; standards of behavior; and obligation of the policies. Current laws regulating employee e-mail and Internet privacy are few because employers usae electronic surveillance.
Why E-Mail and Internet Policies
My workplace is government-owned. The government employers require notified employees that the organization check and watch employees' use of the e-mail /Internet. For example, upon accepting employment with the federal government, the federal government notified that the person that there is monitoring of the Email/Internet usage. The monitoring covers the telephone, computer terminal, electronic and voice mail, and when using the Internet. A person has to signed an acknowledge statement that told tell him or her that employer may listen, watch, and read most of his or her workplace communications. This establish responsibilities; standards of behavior; and obligation of the policies.
Companies make e-mail and Internet use policies because of its importance. The policies tell every employee and organization representative that the organization's E-mail and Internet services are to be used only for fulfilling job responsibilities. The E-mail and Internet usage policies clarify what is acceptable use of the services. They make sure that a person understand who to contact with questions about acceptable use and understand the penalties that arise from misuse. They help prevent productivity losses and can cut the organization's liability resulting from harassment claims and other illegal acts originating on site. So employees will naturally resist harassment and other illegal acts.
Communicating the seriousness and the risks of the policies is important to protect against and punished employee's who violate those rights because his or her acts...