Smedley, Tim
December 2007
People Management;12/13/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 25, p24
The article discusses various issues concerning covert surveillance on employees in Great Britain. It reveals that many leading companies in the country hire private investigators if they suspect that an employee is misbehaving or making false claims. It explains the legal limitations of covert surveillance, along with a discussion on the attitude of employees toward surveillance. It also describes the factors that should be considered by employers when conducting covert surveillance.


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