These restrictions may be common sense, but it is a good introduction to the law.
However, in a regular office setting, it may be wise for an employer to establish a policy and notify employees of the existence of cameras and the reasons behind the move.Cameras at work and similar types of surveillance are generally legal, if they are there for a legitimate business concern.However, there may be legal limits on the places where cameras can be placed, as well as notice requirements and limits on the extent to which surveillance can occur. Does it matter whether you have a monitored system or a DIY surveillance system? I would encourage you to look at the specific laws of your area, as location and time may influence your current regulations. Before you jump on the “technology is the panacea” bandwagon, stop and make sure you know the facts.