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Discussion in 'Employment, Labor, Work Issues' started by Julyseven, Dec 5, 2003.

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  1. Julyseven

    Julyseven Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Is it against the law for a co-worker to be looking at other
    employees time cards? This person is not in a superior position;
    in fact, he's a low man on the totem pole. Don't know why he
    does it, but would very much like him to stop. Figure if there is
    some legal threat in front of him, he might just stop for his own
    good. Thank you.
     
  2. Petie

    Petie New Member

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    snooping

    As a job stewart for the teamsters union I have had this problem before with a fellow employee and we where not able to take anyl legal action agianst him. However any company's policy's can change at any time and your company could suspend or even terminate this employee if the wanted to. Talk to your supervisor.
     
  3. Rathi

    Rathi New Member

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    It's also quite possible, you should instead communicate this with your "next in command", i think employee time cards should be kept in an area secure from other employee's checkin' 'em out. I know the deal, ya go in, your card's on the wall, etc... I think that should change. In a today filled with security issuse, management should have that in a secure area, maybe just in front of a secretary, etc.

    Just my opinion really...... so don't go quotin' me!
     

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