I am a manager of a company and I had an employee do a ''no-call, no-show" for a shift. I had reached out to a few family members to see if they knew how to reach them or knew if they were okay. The employee now is stating that their privacy boundaries were crossed because I was trying to find out if they were okay as I could not reach them on their cell phone or any other way of contacting them. Is it true that boundary was crossed?
1 Answer from Attorneys
I've never heard of privacy boundaries in this way. Let's cut to the chase. Are they trying to shake you down for money?
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