Use of GPS tracking only valid during working hours
With barely two months to go until the entry into force of the new General Data Protection Regulation (May 25, 2018), its impact on labor relations continues to be a live issue.
On previous occasions we have talked about recordings obtained from video surveillance cameras and their use in the area of labor relations as a means of monitoring labor activity. This post discusses limits on the monitoring of labor activity by employers through the installation of GPS devices in company vehicles provided to the employees as a work tool.
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