I may start working for a 01(c)(3) public charity in New York City.
1. Is the employer legally allowed to give out my complete home address or parts of it such as city where I live, including but not limited to by telling people who ask, publishing my address on the employer's website, or mentioning it in publicly available audio files?
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I do not how to expect to keep your address private from the employer or from the world. Anyone who knows your name can find your location within 5 minutes on a computer. Try looking yourself up on people search and see what comes up. You have a right to privacy; but your home address is not private unless you are in the federal witness program. If you have a restraining order out on someone, you owe it to your employer to inform them so they know who to bar from the office.
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