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Daily Dashboard | Employee surveillance doesn't promote productivity Related reading: Potential friction between free speech and youth privacy laws





Surveillance used by employers to monitor workplace productivity may have little effect and even can be counterproductive, The Wall Street Journal reports. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, approximately 33% of medium-to-large sized businesses employed some form of worker surveillance. “There is definitely no study pointing out that (employee monitoring) increases productivity in any meaningful way," IE Law School professor of European and Comparative Labor Law Antonio Aloisi said.
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