Re: Keep it Simple
I don't doubt that there are enough companies tracking each one of us that a profile of our regular day would be easy to build but tying them all together would be a monumental task, even for a government. Our camera system is used for similar purposes, a box missing after a truck is unloaded is the most frequent use. At first everyone assumed it was a Big Brother type of move but no one has the time to sit and watch every single camera all day long. I've had to dig through files, emails, texts, etc., looking for suspected wrong doing. It isn't a fun task and people really seem to overestimate how much an employer really wants to see. In most cases I think it's one bad manager abusing something like a security camera that gets everyone worried about being watched. My point though is that even those of us who keep normal office hours end up doing more work from home, the road, restaurants, on vacation, on weekends that a long break one day shouldn't be something an employee is harassed about.