by Charles F. Knapp & Rhiannon Beckendorf
Past authors and contributors: Charles F. Knapp & Julie M. Giddings
Employee Personal Data Protection Law for Private Employers in Minnesota
Table describing sources of law, covered employers, restrictions, available penalties and relief and statutes of limitation for privacy rights in the following areas:
Employer Consideration of Employees’ Activities Outside the Workplace
Here, the same attributes expanded upon in the table above are described for three types of conduct: lawful consumable products, inquiries regarding drug use and social media.
Overview of Employee Surveillance/Monitoring for Private Employers in Minnesota
In this chart, five types of monitoring – audio and telephone communications; e-mail, voicemail and internet usage; visual or video; mail; and physical searches or inspections – are analyzed, again according to sources of law, restrictions, penalties and remedies and statutes of limitation.
Summary of Background Check Law for Minnesota Employers
Chart describing the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Minnesota Consumer Protection Act in the following categories: