Reframing 'Being Watched at Work'

Posted by Greg Moran on 6/4/18 9:43 AM
 
On Thursday, May 31, Wiretap was featured in BBC World Service Business Daily’s podcast titled: Being Watched at Work.

The conversation that the BBC is helping to precipitate—at the intersection of data transparency and privacy, is a hugely important conversation, and its thornier bits were amplified recently by scandals at Uber, NBC, Cambridge Analytica and others. We are grateful to BBC Daily and Ed Butler for including us in this important discussion.
 
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Topics: #employeemonitoring, #bigbrotheremployer, Artificial Intelligence, Workplace Collaboration

The Case for Optimism in Employee Monitoring

Posted by Greg Moran on 11/17/17 9:44 AM


On Sunday, November 12, LinkedIn included in its Daily Rundown an article from The Guardian about employee monitoring technology. 
They then asked for feedback under the hashtag #bigbrotheremployer (nothing leading in that hashtag!).

It's been an interesting few days watching people weigh in on the topic, including Future of Work author Jacob Morgan.


Full disclosure: I'm the COO of Wiretap™ and I am quoted in The Guardian's article. I thought that it might be helpful to provide a perspective from the point of view of someone who has spent years contemplating the virtues, vices and slippery slopes of the employee monitoring landscape.

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Topics: Compliance, Regulatory Compliance, #employeemonitoring, #bigbrotheremployer, #collaborationgovernance