When Should Employers Be Monitoring Employee Email?
Harvard faculty were up in arms this weekend over the news that administrators had secretly trawled 16 resident deans' email accounts, in a search for information about media leaks related to a cheating scandal. It's not at all uncommon for companies to monitor employee email but under what circumstances does it make sense for an employer to do so?
By Shannon Green|March 14, 2013
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