Why co-working space exposes threat to companies to new legal risks

Why co-working space exposes threat to companies to new legal risks

Sharing an open office space whether it’s with your co-workers or other companies in your shared office space, it poses a potential threat. Why does this pose a legal risk? Sharing office space can let other employees oversee what you’re doing, as well as sneaking a peek at your personal information and confidential information. Therefore, keep your personal/confidential information where no one can accidently glimpse at your computer. Away from your desk? Lock your computer.

Reference: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/small-business/article-how-co-working-spaces-expose-companies-to-new-legal-risks/

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