CCTV recording at work – principles and pitfalls

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Posted on 07 Sep 2021

CCTV recording at work – principles and pitfalls

Evidence of misconduct or poor performance obtained through CCTV systems

Employee monitoring is always a hot topic. Covert recording came to the fore in the media over the summer following the leaked CCTV footage that led to the resignation of the Health Secretary, Matt Hancock. Mike Hibberd looks at the use of CCTV in the workplace.

Click here to read Mike's article which was first published in Employment Law Journal.

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Mike Hibberd

Mike is an employment and data privacy law expert advising both organisations and senior individuals on a wide range of human resources and related issues.

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Piers Leigh-Pollitt

Piers advises a mixture of corporates and individuals on a wide range of HR/employment law matters and data protection issues (mainly from an HR perspective). Piers is also the firm’s internal compliance officer and handles all regulatory and internal compliance matters. He also heads up the firm's Data Privacy team and holds the Practitioner Certificate in Data Protection (GDPR).

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