Workplace privacy is a complex issue for HR. Whilst employees should indeed have some level of privacy – we don’t want to live in an Orwellian dystopia just yet, do we? – the job of the company is, of course, to ensure that all workers are safe and that the ethics of the company aren’t being abused.
It may sound rather dramatic, but surveillance at work is actually very much simply the norm, and as technology advances, the methods used by the powers that be are transforming and advancing to truly gain an all-seeing-eye approach to the office.
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