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Remote Employee Monitoring: Pros, Cons, and How to Do It Right

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By Aman Jain According to Global Workplace Analytics, remote work has grown 159 percent since 2009, while Owl Labs established it has increased by 55 percent in the last five years. With the pandemic, remote work and remote employee monitoring have soared, and so have doubts as to how to do it in conformity with the law. Q2 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Remote Employee Monitoring Is Growing Two months into lockdown—May 2020—around 20 percent of surveyed organizations had acquired remote work monitoring software, according to a Gartner research. Fast-forward to 2021, 48 percent of employees are believed to somehow do remote work after the pandemic, 18 percent more among those who worked remotely at least part-time before the pandemic. There are several reasons for companies to monitor their employees—trust, cybersecurity and backups, and productivity monitoring. But Josh Bersin, HR industry analyst of the Josh Bersin Academy says, “If the idea is to benefit …

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