According to a groundbreaking report 1E has commissioned with Wakefield Research, 89% of IT managers say their current or former companies use productivity surveillance tech to monitor employees, yet 73% of IT managers are uncomfortable instructing their staff to deploy it. This puts IT departments in a precarious situation as such spying becomes more common. Their misgivings are well founded. Data suggests that deploying employee surveillance software is ineffective and counterproductive, causing employees discontent, stress, and distrust in leadership.
In Part 1 of our webinar series on employee surveillance, 1E’s Hannah Lenane was joined by Wakefield Senior Partner Nathan Richter to discuss the report and how organizations can expect these trends to impact their business in the long and short term.
Watch this webinar on demand to find out what these fresh findings mean for you:
Senior Partner at Wakefield Research
Senior Content Marketing Manager at 1E