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Employers must be clear with staff over workplace monitoring, warns privacy watchdog

  • The UK's privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), has warned employers about the use of workplace monitoring and emphasizes the need for clear communication with staff to ensure awareness.
  • The ICO guidance highlights that monitoring must be necessary, proportionate, and respectful of workers' rights and freedoms. Failure to conduct monitoring lawfully can negatively impact employee well-being and worsen power dynamics in the workplace.
  • A survey reveals that 19% of individuals believe they have been monitored by their employer, and 70% find workplace monitoring intrusive. Older workers and women are more likely to oppose monitoring.
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