Nearly half (48%) of adults would be less likely to want to work for an organization if it was unclear about or unwilling to disclose the workplace surveillance methods they used, according to a recent survey. Online Spy Shop polled 2,000 adults in the UK, U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, France and The Netherlands on their attitudes to and perceptions of workplace monitoring and surveillance. The specific focus of the survey was on “non-standard” methods, discounting standard methods of tracking such as keycard access and CCTV. See more here

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