NLRB Questions Surveillance Tech


A key official at the National Labor Relations Board is warning that she will take a more critical view of surveillance technologies companies might use with employees, generally presuming that those technologies interfere with employees’ right to talk about work conditions and to organize. Jennifer Abruzzo, general counsel of the NLRB, outlined her views in…

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Ethics and Employee Surveillance


We have an interesting bit of research for compliance officers’ consideration today, exploring how companies can implement surveillance of employees working from home in a useful manner. Taking an ethical approach to the endeavor seems to be a key ingredient for success.  The findings were reported in the MIT Sloan Management Review last week. Researchers…

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