Kate Dittrick, a Shareholder at Fraser Stryker, was featured in an article in the May 17, 2013, Midlands Business Journal explaining the pros and cons of employee monitoring tools in the workplace.
In addition to other advice provided, Ms. Dittrick noted that by “creating clear policies and notices to employees that all company systems may be accessed, monitored, or sporadically reviewed, employers can eliminate an expectation of privacy and avoid potential claims.”
Ms. Dittrick has devoted her entire practice to labor and employment issues, with an emphasis in wage and hour matters. Ms. Dittrick’s practice focuses on preventing employment claims by providing advice and counsel to employers on how to avoid lawsuits and administrative charges. Ms. Dittrick provides a variety of training for managers and supervisors on best practices and legal implications of their actions. For more information, please visit her bio page.
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