Topic of the Week
Medical Privacy in the Workplace: Does my employer have my medical information, and how can they use it?
Information you provide on applications for disability, life, or accidental insurance with private insurers or government programs can also become part of your medical file.
All of these types of medical records present privacy implications for you as an
Blog of the Week
Proposition A: The right-to-work referendum on Missouri’s ballot, explained
It also would be the first chance for voters to weigh in on union power since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Janus v. AFSCME last June that public sector employees cannot be compelled to pay union dues.
Thought for the Week
""The great majority of pregnant women and new mothers want to breastfeed but face significant barriers in community, health care, and employment settings." "
–Senate resolution marking National Breastfeeding Month.
List of the Week
from Workplace Fairness
What do people want to know about their privacy rights in the workplace this week?
This Weeks Top Searches in Workplace Privacy
- Drug Testing
- Medical Privacy
- Workplace Surveillance
- Criminal Records
- Dress Codes and Grooming
Top Five News Headlines
- How to respond to a joke about #MeToo
- It’s Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, and there’s a lot of work to do
- Missouri Voters Overturn Right-To-Work Measure, Rejecting Republican Lawmakers
- Some businesses are refusing to hire DACA recipients. They are fighting back.
- Starbucks Loses California Wage-Theft Case