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Asked on: 5/01/03, 7:48 pm

Personal property rights at the office

At work, we have had issues of Ghost Payrolling. Since this has come to light, I have been writing in my date book facts, thoughts, and my solutions to problems that are occuring in the work place. This is my way of dealing with the issues at work. These writings were never meant for any one else to read. My supervisor has been going through my desk top, underneath the desk and through the trash can. My date book was never left on the desk or open to any page with writing in it. It was put away in a file that sits on my desk. My question is my supervisor has admitted that she went through my date book has she violated my personal rights to write what I want in my private date book?

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