Cleaning company in trouble for using video surveillance on employees

The Data Protection Agency has initiated proceedings against Limusa, the company contracted for cleaning services in Mijas, for subjecting workers to video surveillance.

The process has been opened following a complaint lodged by the union for violating the privacy rights of workers and in violation of the Ley Orgánica and the instructions of the Data Protection Agency.

The union, the CGT, argues that the action by Limusa violates basic fundamental rights granted to citizens and that it is a particularly serious to introduce video surveillance without giving notice to the Data Protection Agency.

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