The main objective of workplace surveillance is to protect the office assets and valuable information from compromising.
The activity of employee monitoring is not just for security purposes, but it is being extensively used for performance assessment and employee’s productive work contribution. According to IDC research information, 30% to 40% of the internet time used by employees is not related to the office work. Similarly, about 60% of the online purchases are done through office work time. In such circumstance, the employee monitoring becomes very critical, but strict workplace surveillance laws also apply for the same.
Workplace surveillance plays vital role in the physical access control security systems to improve business and asset security. The main contributions of workplace monitoring in access control include:
Workplace surveillance laws prevailing in the industry, state and the country of business must be followed strictly while implementing the employee monitoring, which may differ from country to country and state to state. The fundamental things to consider for getting started with the workplace monitoring include:
Workplace surveillance laws are the major factors that should be considered for employee monitoring. Those laws many include:
Employee monitoring laws differ in different parts of the word. Here are the ones for the USA, EU and Australia.
USA: NPFA 101A and NPFA 101B and a few others
European Union: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Australia: Commonwealth Privacy Amendment Act 2000 & Workplace surveillance Act 2005
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