Most remote-enabled workplaces use software to monitor employees, survey says

Most employers with employees who work from home use monitoring software to track their employees, according to the results of an online survey conducted in September by business review platform

Respondents frequently cited productivity as the primary reason for the surveillance, said, and only 14% had not notified staff about monitoring activities. More than half of employers in the survey, 52%, had workers who spent one to four hours per day away from their workstations or off-task on the internet, while 27% had employees who did so for more than five hours a day.

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