Adding Surveillance Video to the IT Network
- 5 legal ways to monitor staff. // Managing People at Work;11/15/2016, Vol. 3 Issue 22, p2
The article offers five steps including videotaping open work areas, searching lockers, and reviewing email, voice mail, and internet use, for a company's legal monitoring of its staff.
- EAS progress: Move to office corridors. Zalud, Bill // Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Aug98, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p55
Looks at the expanded use of electronic article surveillance (EAS) to include building corridors as a means of access control while tracking corporate assets. Popularity of source tagging; Sensormatic Electronics Corp.'s contract to be the exclusive provider of EAS systems to Giant Eagle...
- The attitudes of managers regarding the electronic monitoring of employee behavior: Procedural.... Vaught, Bobby C.; Taylor, Raymond E. // American Business Review;Jan2000, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p107
Examines the attitudes of managers on the electronic monitoring (EM) of employee behavior. Role of employee perceptions of fairness in the success or failure of an EM system; Ethical issues behind the use of EM; Characteristics of a properly designed EM systems; Significance of the Electric...
- DMP's Clear Touch Keypad Meets UL Standards. // SDM: Security Distributing & Marketing;Dec2005, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p16
The article informs about the Clear Touch keypad, model 7760, from Digital Monitoring Products, Missouri, meeting the UL safety standards to earn the laboratory's mark of approval. It offers audible and visual alarm notification and works for residential and commercial installations.
- WHEN EMPLOYEES DO THE MONITORING. Steinert-Threlkeld, Tom // Baseline;Nov2003, Issue 24, p10
Comments on electronic surveillance of employees. Pros and cons of monitoring; Impact of disclosure on company policies; Recommendations for corporations.
- High-tech surveillance of employees can be full of expensive surprises. // Business North Carolina;May2011, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p40
The article explains the legal implications of high-technology surveillance of employees in the U.S. It mentions that disclosing or using a secret recording of a conversation is a criminal violation. Also noted is the varied opinion of courts in cases of employees who accessed information for...
- Surveillance hurts productivity, deprives employees of rights. Williams, Pat // Advertising Age;10/25/1993, Vol. 64 Issue 45, Direct Marketing pS-14
Discusses the necessity for the Privacy for Consumers and Workers Act in the United States. Workers electronically monitored by their employers without notification; Percentage of computer operators being monitored; Use of remote control local-area network products which allow secret monitoring...
- Bill would halt monitoring of 5-year telephone reps. // Advertising Age;10/25/1993, Vol. 64 Issue 45, Direct Marketing pS-14
Discusses the telemarketers' course of action if the Privacy for Consumers and Workers Act is enacted. Monitoring of calls from employees; Monitoring of calls from a worker suspected of engaging in unlawful conduct; Notification of prospective workers during job interviews; Notification of...
- Telemarketers say legislation would affect sales call quality. Hamilton, Jon // Advertising Age;10/25/1993, Vol. 64 Issue 45, Direct Marketing pS-15
Discusses the Privacy for Consumers and Workers Act's ramifications for direct telemarketers in the United States. Treatment of customers by telephone representatives; Growth of the telemarketing industry; Restrictions on the monitoring of telemarketing calls as a management tool; Compliance...