June 2008
People Management;6/26/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 13, p35
The article discusses the possible consequences for employers who allow their staff to watch unlicensed television programs online at work. Firms are liable for staff watching TV at work even if they are not aware of it, and they should update their human resource (HR) policies to reflect the practice. Employers can expect fines for breaching data protection rules under the new Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008.


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