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August 11, 2022
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One in eight firms already use software to monitor remote workers

A large number of British companies companies say they plan to install monitoring software of some kind to keep an eye on employees working from home, according to a new survey. Around 20 percent of employers said their firms have either implemented, or plan to implement, online software which monitors their remote workers. It comes as millions of Brits have been working at home through the pandemic, as the Government advised companies to ensure that workers did not need to come to the office in a bid to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The YouGov survey, commissioned by Skillcast,…
One in eight firms already use software to monitor remote workers

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