I work at a Domino's and we've recently had security cameras installed around the store, which is obviously a needed thing. However, the cameras are being monitored constantly and all of the workers at our store are being harassed for lack of a better term. Every time we have idle time someone calls to say we need to appear busy. If we take a hat off too cool down far from customer view, someone calls to say we need to stay in uniform at all times. We all feel like it is a major violation of our privacy and indeed harassment. There's no logical reason we can see to be constantly monitored to this extent. We aren't doing anything illegal, we aren't stealing from the store, we aren't doing anything that "security" should be concerned about without us calling them first.
This is legal.
The only time a security camera in the workplace violates your privacy rights is when the employer installs in in a location that is truly private, such as a restroom or employee locker room.
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