Employee tracking is increasingly widespread, and it could be doing more harm than good

Many people are stuck working at home. A new survey found that 77% of workers want to continue to work from home at least once a week when the pandemic is over. As a result, some managers are turning to "productivity management" software to track employees while they work remotely. But are there limits to the ways in which employers can track their workers at home in pursuit of productivity? Watch the video to find out more.
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