Business-only e-mail policies may be unlawful

Galewski, Roy
December 2001
Westchester County Business Journal;12/31/2001, Vol. 40 Issue 53, p15
Focuses on the legality of business-only electronic-mail policies in the workplace in the United States. Use of e-mail system by employees for personal necessities; Prohibition of employers on the use of e-mail involving union activities; Protection action for employers on the use of the technology.


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