Keeping track of business travelers

Employers often keep track of employees who are traveling, what they are spending, and where.  In the interests of safety, the tracking can become a little personally intrusive.  Can your employer track you too closely?

“New Steps to Secure Your Business Trip,” The Wall Street Journal, May 31, 2018 A12. Employers practice “due care” when overseeing traveling employees.

Is information on where you are and what you’re doing on a business trip (a) your information or (b) your company’s information?  How does this work with employees in Europe?

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Filed under Access, Controls, Duty, Duty of Care, Employees, Governance, Information, Internal controls, Oversight, Ownership, Privacy, Protect assets, Third parties

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