It’s come to my attention that a new assistant manager is spending a significant portion of the day (hours worth) spying on staff members via the security cameras. Now the cameras are there in case there is suspected theft or they need to check something (for what ever reason) and I have no problem with that, of course.
But knowing that, while I’m sitting all alone in the office, he’s upstairs watching me makes me feel very uncomfortable. Some of the cameras are directly above where I’m working (I work with cash so that’s understandable) and I find I’m keeping my top shirt button done up because I can feel him creeping on me.
I’m planning on calling my union rep tomorrow (Monday) to find out if this is considered reasonable or harassment. This is not a casino or somewhere where their needs to be constant monitoring of the premises.
When I’ve caught him accessing the cameras on the computer, he quickly clicks off the monitor so that I don’t see what he’s doing. This is something new and not something that the manager or any other assistant managers do. He doesn’t do this when the manager is at work - only when he’s the only manager on duty.