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September 11, 2012
Using employer’s computer to store sexually explicit results in recommendation the employee be terminated
OATH Administrative Law Judge Julio Rodriguez recommended termination for a paralegal aide who used the agency computer to store thousands of unauthorized images and video clips, many of which were sexually explicit, as well as other programs and files.
The evidence also showed that the individual was insubordinate and committed multiple time and leave violations.
Reprinted by permission New York Public Personnel Law
Mitchell H. Rubinstein
September 11, 2012 in Administrative Law, Public Sector Employment Law | Permalink
This should be terminated. With the information stored in the computers, who can ensure that there will not be information leakage in some day.
Posted by: Labor law poster updates | Sep 20, 2012 11:10:51 PM
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