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House Bill 1545


House Bill 1545

ARCHIVE (2001)

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DIGEST OF HB1545 (Updated January 23, 2001 1:13 PM - DI 96)


Electronic monitoring of employees. Requires employers to disclose to an employee or a prospective employee any type of electronic monitoring of employees. Limits the extent to which an employer may electronically monitor the employees of the employers. Permits the commissioner of labor to investigate alleged violations of electronic monitoring of employees. Permits the commissioner of labor to assess a civil penalty of up to $10,000 for a violation of electronic monitoring of employees. Provides that an employee or prospective employee may bring a civil action against an employer to enforce a violation of electronic monitoring of employees. Provides that a court may award actual damages and court costs and reasonable attorney's fees to the prevailing employee or prospective employee, and may enjoin further violation of electronic monitoring of employees.
Current Status:
 Out of Committee - first House
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