The employee knew my apartment building, but did not know my apartment number, and I never intended him to know.Well, my employer keeps sending that employee to my house to ask me a question, or tell me something even though I have already quit and told him I no longer wish to return. I find it irritating.
That is unusual. Normally all employee information such as address, phone number, etc. are kept confidential, unless you consent to it being made public to the other employees. I don't think that it is "illegal" and I am questioning what your damages would be from them releasing that information?
Irritating is not the same as legally compensable damages. But, if you want to put several thousand dollars and about a year of your time into this, someone will be willing to file a lawsuit on your behalf. You are unlikely to recover as much as the case will cost even if you are successful (unlikely), but it should solve the problem of your irritation.
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