Who’s watching your remote employees? Learn what remote employee monitoring is allowed.
Darcy spends a couple of hours of each workday selling personalized cut steel pencil cups on Etsy. Julien shows up for team meetings wearing pajamas. Irma sends emails to her clients complaining she is worried about contracting COVID-19. Thomas sells corporate secrets to competitors.
Darcy, Julien, Irma, and Thomas may be like people in your organization—individuals working remotely, undertaking inappropriate activities, and harming their employer. To prevent these behaviors, you need to understand when you may legally monitor employees, how to do it, and what to communicate to your team.
- What are the leading technologies for monitoring employees?
- What are the purposes of employee monitoring?
- What policies should you have in place to regulate and monitor activities?
- Do teleworking employees have privacy rights?
- What legal issues does employee monitoring raise?
- Should you require remote employees to sign agreements?
- Can you present monitoring to employees as a win-win scenario?
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