Thinking about checking your employee’s Gmail account? Stop and read this first.

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A couple of years ago, I blogged (here) about a company that installed spyware to monitor an employee’s Facebook Messenger activity, discovered a nefarious plot to secure client information and intellectual property, and obtained an injunction to stop the employee from starting a competing business.

But there are legal limits to employer sh*tbaggery surreptitiously monitoring employee communications.

For example, last night, I read a federal court decision involving an administrative assistant at a realty company who alleged that coworkers approached her in December 2021 about leaving with them to start their own company. So, the plaintiff sent an email

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