As privacy protection has become universal value in recent years, protection on privacy in employment has gained great attention as well. Currently, the major laws regulating privacy in employment in Taiwan are §5(2)(ii) of the Employment Service Act and §1-1 of Enforcement Rules of the Employment Service Act. Workers in Taiwan care about their privacy rights in employment more and more as the relevant statutes were enacted. Relevant disputes also have increased gradually. The current law, due to its incompleteness, is insufficient to resolve the disputes though. This paper starts from the current law regulating privacy in employment (focusing on psychological information) in Taiwan. The US law governing privacy in employment (focusing on psychological information) is then discussed. In the end, recommendations for amending relevant statutes to balance the interests between employers and workers in Taiwan are provided.