As employee monitoring extends to workers' homes and health, some see civil rights threat
By Editor - Sat May 23, 8:44 am
While Mark and his co-workers were also monitored while working on-site prior to the novel coronavirus outbreak, remote monitoring is creating some unforeseen issues, he told ABC News. Since the employees on his team have been working from home, “about four or five people have been terminated” for what he assumes is a lack of production, he said. Because fewer people are going to the doctor, Mark said fewer claims need to be processed, so it’s hard for the employees to hit their daily claims quota.