Employee Surveillance: Crossing the Line From Trust to Coercion

Working from home has surfaced numerous risks. First security, now productivity. Increasingly, companies are using employee monitoring tools to track and measure employee activity at home. The software may increase productivity, but also may compromise employee privacy or foster anger and distrust. Shortsighted surveillance decisions may risk a hard-won corporate culture, and the governance team should pay close attention.

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