Employment Law, Employee Contact Form
Employees have a right to privacy in certain aspects of the workplace. An employer generally may not search an employee’s handbag, briefcase, locked desk drawer, locked storage locker or person without permission from the employee. Likewise, an employee has some privacy in personal telephone conversations but does not have a strong right to privacy in company e-mail messages and Internet use. If you feel your right to privacy has been violated by your employer, contact an experienced employment law attorney today.
Employment Law Information Center
Employment law is complex, governed by a significant number of state and federal regulations that serve to protect both employees and employers. Whether you are a business owner facing a lawsuit or you are an employee in need of legal protection, Freeland Law APC is a law firm with experience you can trust. If you need legal advocacy in an employment matter, it is important to consult with an attorney as soon as possible to avoid waiving your rights or take preventative measures. We will take a strategic approach from the outset to help you navigate the employment legal system to protect your rights and long-term interests.
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