New York employers that "monitor or otherwise intercept" their employees' telephone calls, email or internet access or usage by any electronic device or system should consider including this statement in their handbook to demonstrate their compliance with New York's Civil Rights Law.
Delaware employers seeking to satisfy a legal requirement that employees be informed in advance about an employer's monitoring of company telephones, emails, internet and other electronic resources and sign an acknowledgment verifying receipt of the company's electronic monitoring policy should consider including this model acknowledgment in their handbook.
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