The Top 4 Employee Monitoring Concerns (& What You Can Do)

Employee monitoring is a valuable people analytics tool, but it can potentially be perceived as invasive.

To help employers increase buy-in for their employee monitoring strategy CurrentWare’s managing director Neel Lukka has written an article for Business.com outlining the 4 most common concerns. In his article he provides actionable tips employers can implement to get the most out of their employee monitoring efforts.

The top 4 concerns employees have about monitoring in the workplace

1) Their employers are spying on them

2) Their contributions won’t be recognized outside of the data collected

3) They don’t know who will have access to their data

4) Employee monitoring data will be used to punish them

Want to learn more? Check out the article here:

Business.com – Common Employee Monitoring Concerns

Other guest articles this month

ValueWalk – The Spy In Your Pocket: Smartphones & Data Privacy (Dale Strickland)

In this article CurrentWare’s marketing coordinator Dale Strickland outlines:

  • The types of data collected by smartphones
  • How smartphone data can be leaked and shared
  • Why you should care about online privacy

Free White Paper

Employee Monitoring: Best Practices for Balancing Productivity, Security, and Privacy

In today's privacy-conscious world employers need to monitor employees in a way that is transparent, minimally invasive, and respectful of employee privacy. Read this white paper to learn the best practices for monitoring employees in the workplace.

Dale Strickland
Dale Strickland
Dale Strickland is a Marketing Coordinator for CurrentWare, a global provider of endpoint security and employee monitoring software. Dale’s diverse multimedia background allows him the opportunity to produce a variety of content for CurrentWare including blogs, infographics, videos, eBooks, and social media shareables.