HAMBURG – A row has broken out in Germany over claims that H&M company bosses seriously violated the data protection rights of employees at a customer centre. It is claimed bosses unlawfully sounded out employees about their personal lives. Bosses are said to have kept “detailed and systematic” records about employees’ health, from bladder weakness to cancer, and about their private lives, such as family disputes or holiday experiences.
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