The beginning of 2020 has turned our lives upside down. The novel coronavirus outbreak has brought a major health crisis that humankind has never seen before. There was a scramble at the onset of the global pandemic for corporations to have their workers set up to operate from home. Even with successful vaccines now rolling out, a higher percentage of remote work is likely to stay for the near future. Though Work From Home was the biggest experiment for companies all across the globe. And initially, it took a lot of effort to transition, but companies are surely not...Read More
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Are your employee monitoring practices invading your employees’ privacy? As an employer, there is a very fine line between safeguarding your bottom line and your team’s privacy. With the increase in technological innovations and the ongoing health crisis, employee monitoring technology is continuing to rise. Work from home culture is a new reality, and employers who used to monitor their employees’ work in person on a day to day life have now been adjusting to managing them remotely. However, it’s not easy to switch suddenly to some technology and be comfortable about it. But the possibility of using technology...Read More
The Covid-19 outbreak has definitely speed up the evolution of work and made the remote work culture the new normal in several business industries. Extensive social distancing has been maintained across the globe, as many countries have been struck by this pandemic. In fact, people are now used to doing most of their daily activities like learning, shopping, exercising, dining, and relaxing from the safety of their homes or apartments. And the one that currently tops the list of activities from home is: Remote Work. Since most of the offices across the world are closed, many employees are experiencing...Read More
Data is the most valuable asset in this modern world, and companies that monopolize data are considered as the most powerful organizations. But this rapid move to digitization has also given space to various types of cyber crime. Amongst all, crippling data breaches are becoming more common, and no company is safe. Even well-known establishments like Facebook are vulnerable to data breaches. It has become the most powerful and growing threat to companies of all sizes. Today, running a business without proper data protection is a huge risk, especially if your employees are working remotely. You are risking your...Read More
In this digital age, where new forms of technology are developing each day, the question of whether to monitor your employees at work is not always cut and dry. Employee monitoring is not new to the business world, but the ways of tracking employees change constantly. Currently, there is a lot of employee monitoring software available in the market that allows you to monitor the working pattern of your employees. But, apart from giving you the opportunity to see the real picture of your employees working hours, these technologies also prompt a question: Should employers really monitor their employees?...Read More