According to a new study by VMware, an increase in remote monitoring could threaten increases in employee performance and confidence in new hybrid work models.
The study The Virtual Floorplan: New Rules for a New Era of Work was carried out by Vanson Bourne on behalf of VMware and found that 70% of the companies surveyed have either already implemented employee monitoring measures to monitor employee productivity or are planning to implement them. the switch to hybrid working. Among these organizations, actions taken include email monitoring (44%), web browsing (41%) and collaboration tools (43%), as well as video surveillance (29%), attention tracking via webcams (28%) and keylogger software (26%).
VMware has found that 39% of companies that have already implemented device monitoring and 41% that currently do so experience dramatically increased or increased employee turnover.
The results show that a delicate balance needs to be struck because …