What To Do If One Is Spied Out In The Workplace?

The Federal Government wants to make the privacy of employees better, therefore those concerned can already proceed against adversity. The Federal Government wants to make the privacy of employees better, therefore those concerned can already proceed against adversity. The nag Arbeitsrechtlerin of the German Trade Union Confederation gave this hint. The first point at which you can contact the personnel or Works Council, argued Nadji. This must be included if you have questions regarding the collection of data of workers frequently, this is the case, for example, in the video surveillance in the company. Films without knowledge of employees is permitted only in certain cases, but also here the employee representatives must give their consent. Workers will find it especially problematic, that collected data without their knowledge. To go to the Works Council may be worth then, if you would like to find out more.

The suspicion that the employer secretly filmed employees, then condenses the Panel can do something about. Affected parties in companies which have no staff representative or supervisor, have greater difficulty to gain insight into these processes. For them the Trade Union was an alternative, Nadji. Their representatives could occur in appearance and ensure discretion to those affected. This fact is very important, many because they want no open conflict with her supervisor. Nielebock it was equal with any action to threaten the superiors unwise. This man should not get anything you out shout anything. Often, such a conflict would lead to a disruptive relative to the head.

The first step should be to get technical assistance, because it is important first of all to check everything, so nag. The background is the agreement of the Federal Government on a draft law on the privacy of workers. Party and Government confirmed reports in the media recently. Thus, the State responds to the spy cases at the supermarket Lidl, the Deutsche Bahn and Deutsche Telekom.

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