How Do You Feel About Video Surveillance at Work?

Rosner, Bob
October 1999
Workforce;Oct99, Vol. 78 Issue 10, p26
Lists several things to consider before installing a hidden camera in the workplace to monitor employee theft. Privacy implications of video surveillance; Feelings of employees about being monitored; Other ways to deal with the theft problem.


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