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The intersection where an employee’s personal life, work life and responsibilities meet

has long been a difficult subject area for both employee and employer. This tension has

increased over time as longer work hours and increased demands on employees require

that employees spend time managing personal responsibilities from the workplace. This

may require personal phone calls and e-mail, as well as the use of employer-owned

computers for personal tasks and activities. For the employer, this personal use of

equipment and time for personal activities poses several issues: time spent on personal

activities decreases –at least in theory –the productivity of employees; should the

employee engage in an activity that is improper or illegal, it may also place the employer

at risk of being liable for the employee's actions.

John C. Montana, J.D.

Product Code V5007
Format PDF
Year Published 2004
Page Count 62
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