How to tell if employer is tracking cell phone

 

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How to tell if employer is tracking cell phone

Remember that with the right help people experiencing mental health problems can – and do – stay and perform well at work. You should not be treated badly at work because of your mental health condition. The law states that employers and others should not discriminate. Some areas, such as offering reasonable adjustments, work best if you disclose your mental health condition and then discuss with your employer what changes may help you. If you have a mental health problem that is a disability and you want the protection of the Equality Act, your employer needs to know this.

If you do decide to tell, think about how and when to do it, how much information you want to give, what kind of information and with whom to share it.  

As a national provider of innovative risk management solutions, CorVel helps employers, third party administrators, insurance companies and government agencies control costs and achieve positive outcomes.

The company that pays your salary, and that gave you the iPhone you’re currently using for work, is also entitled to monitor what you do with it. Your company’s IT department can and will track your Internet traffic, and will even know if you read this article on your phone while at work.

No, Apple did not give in to the demands of the FBI and it’s not letting enterprises access your personal data either. But as long as your iOS device runs iOS 9.3 or later and was provided by your employer, the company will always be able to control that handset or tablet remotely, monitor your Internet traffic, and track a lost or stolen iPhone or iPad.

Your data will still be protected, and the device is still encrypted as long as it’s protected by a password, PIN or fingerprint. But your employer will have access to it, just as it did before. What will change starting with iOS 9.3 is that Apple will better inform you that your phone’s software can be altered, and your web traffic can be monitored by the company that issued the iPhone.