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  • The effects of employee monitoring
  • The effects of employee monitoring
    Steve Wilson ©
SIGNAL

The effects of employee monitoring

If you can’t measure it you can’t manage it, goes the famous mantra. More of us than ever are applying to our health and diet  using fitness bands to keep track. But does it work as well in the office? New research suggests not, as employees actually become less productive when monitored.

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