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Could Surveillance Make Quiet Quitting Worse?

Could Surveillance Make Quiet Quitting Worse?

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Observations

America’s bosses are facing backlash in their bid to monitor employees working from home, with a view to managing risk and assuring productivity. In the battle against "quiet quitters,” firms are turning to sophisticated surveillance tools. The effectiveness of these technologies, however, is uncertain and may prove counterproductive.

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