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The ethics of monitoring your employees

corporate surveillance – the use of digital tools for employee monitoring – is not a new concept and there certainly is no shortage of tools available.

However, following the global outbreak of the coronavirus, companies have increased their use of these tools – mainly to stem the initial fear of productivity losses when thousands of people started working from home. Companies are well advised to take all the legal and ethical considerations into account when introducing additional surveillance tools.

Although something is “Apartheid was legal, but it certainly was not ethical.”

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