The rapid rise and implementation of remote work have led to several significant workplace changes over the past three years. Hybrid workplaces, virtual collaboration, reimagined company culture, and remote-based best practices have all come to be standards in this new world of work. But in the case of hybrid workplaces, the viability of certain operational aspects remains up in the air.
With more than a quarter of the US workforce currently working remotely, employers have been testing various strategies to ensure employees remain engaged and productive. At the forefront of these strategies, employee monitoring has become a pressing topic for companies that are reaping its benefits, drawbacks, and long-term implications.
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