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Workplace privacy

Workplace privacy refers to an employee's right to privacy in the workplace. This includes protecting an employee's personal information, such as their medical records, financial information, and personal conversations, from unauthorized access or disclosure.


An example of workplace privacy is an employer limiting the amount of personal information they collect from employees, only accessing the information on a need-to-know basis, and having policies in place to protect sensitive information.

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