3 Examples Of Employee Monitoring

Many companies monitor their employees in various ways, from video and email surveillance to listening in on phone calls. Employee monitoring is done to assess productivity, prevent discrimination and harassment, stop theft and control quality. According to privacyrights.org, most companies are motivated to monitor employees because of the role electronic evidence plays in investigations and lawsuits. However, a balance must be struck between the employer’s needs and the workers’ right to privacy. If a monitoring practice...

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