Privacy: An Increasingly Public Matter

Greengard, Samuel
October 1999
Workforce (10928332);Oct99, Vol. 78 Issue 10, p120
Discusses the role of human resources in ensuring workplace privacy. Reference to a 1996 survey of companies in the United States about the disclosure of employee information; Legislation regarding privacy issues; Information on the European Data Protective Service which went into effect in October 1998.


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