The Wall Street journal recently reported that employees sometimes have more privacy rights than they might expect when it comes to the corporate email server. Legal experts say that courts in some instances are showing more consideration for employees who feel their employer has violated their privacy electronically.
A few weeks after comforting the family of U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum security guard Stephen T. Johns as he lay dying at George Washington University Hospital, Rabbi Tamara Miller — the hospital’s head of spiritual care — wrote about the experience. The essay was published in June on washingtonpost.com’s On Faith blog. Five weeks later, the hospital fired her.