EMPLOYEE PRIVACY: WHO'S PEEKING INTO YOUR PRIVATE LIFE?

1991-12-00

Pamphlet warning employees about the potential for employers to inappropriately delve into their private lives. Focuses on employers practicing discriminatory hiring and firing practices related to off-the-job smoking. Affirms that employers' claims of smokers being less productive than non-smokers are unsubstantiated. States the need for legislation protecting employee privacy.

This object is in collection:
Community Health Program Records
Subjects
Bone, Janice (Ford Meter Box Company)
PM
Ford Meter Box Company
University of Minnesota
National Chamber Foundation
National Chamber of Commerce
Equifax
Council of State Governments
American Civil Liberties Union
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30993
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