My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Virginia.
I had previously requested that my home phone number (unpublished, unlisted, limited use line) and my address not be given out to my coworkers, only to supervisor/management staff. I had some problems getting this enforced, the first time I had to take this to HR, it involved my now current manager.
Just today, I received 2 messages on my home answering machine for a daily status report from a coworker. We received a copy of the management/employee structure just last week, and we are on the same level. Management already knew that I had a dentist appt. today. All the information I had is at work, and not at home, so I'd have no way to give this report. In addition, another person in my position in our "sister" group was able to give the status report the next day, without a problem. Any work done past a certain time is put on the next day's status report.
Do I have any recourse? Should I leave the company, is it possible to request in writing that they verify that my personal information be destroyed except for HR?