Pandemic or not, our offices are changing and, together with that, our approach to corporate surveillance.
Companies are interested in maintaining the same levels of performance and efficiency that are typical of the working-from-office scenario, but how can they ensure transparency, trust and compliance with privacy laws when their employees' work is carried out from home?
We share our top tips on our latest post, click on this link to access it on the Baker McKenzie Global Litigation News blog.
Technology offers a number of solutions to set up corporate surveillance, in its broadest sense. Indeed, it is not only a matter of work-performance but also of ensuring compliance with company policies and, at large, regulatory and legal provisions which may expose the company to liability risks (also from a criminal perspective). For the employer’s peace of mind, however, the monitoring shall necessarily be balanced with elements that allow trust, transparency and respect of the employees’ rights to privacy.