Your employer can install cameras wherever employees don't have a reasonable expectation of privacy. In some cases, such a place can even be a private office. The only places an employer can't install cameras are the bathroom or locker room, though even then, he can get a court order to do so.
Employees have very little expectation of privacy in the workplace. Except for bathrooms, changing rooms, and the like, an employer can install cameras.
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