The 3000-strong Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment insists an amended Notice of Intent still complies with New Zealand's All of Government 'cloud first' policy.
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But should clearly state their rights and obligations such as legitimate monitoring of employees' social media use to avoid potential disputes as well as keep within accepted guidelines, say security experts.
I first encountered the difference between French and US employment policy during the dot com boom and I was working with a friend, Gilles Lerat, on an electronic coupon management solution he had developed. His company, a successful security consulting and reseller firm, was worried about the "employment police" who would stake out their parking lot and fine the company if they uncovered evidence that people were working late.
Another week, another lost laptop with sensitive data. Technology isn't the problem with this security hole
74% of employers ranked improving access to existing benefits as very important to their benefit portal strategy, followed closely by the 63% of employers that prioritized reducing benefit costs via self-service, Forrester Research survey on employee benefits portals found.
Using email and the Internet for personal reasons may get you sacked in some offices, but many more favour a lenient policy, a study finds
First published: Fri, 03 Dec 1999 18:22:01 GMT
The NYT sacks 23 for sending rude emails about the boss, UK legal expert warns of more to follow
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