Monitoring remote workers

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Monitoring remote workers

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If your employees feel like they're under constant scrutiny, you're less likely to retain them. More than half of workers would leave their jobs if their employer insisted on recording audio or video of them, or used facial recognition to monitor their productivity, according to a May 2022 survey by the Washington, D.C.-based business intelligence company Morning Consult.

There are multiple reasons why as a business owner you might feel the need to go all Big Brother. Perhaps your company has recently switched to remote work, so you can no longer physically observe what workers are doing all day. But such surveillance-style monitoring is not the answer. Read on for more about how leaders can effectively and ethically track their employees' productivity.
 
 
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