OK this isnt a technical question, and it isnt even Friday - but Ive just had an email from Croner with their HR questioon of the week. https://www.cronertaxwise.com/community/hr-expert-surveillance/
The danger, of course, is that if you monitor your staff in their homes to find out if they are working, then not only might you find out that they arent, but indeed you might find out what they are actually doing instead. Part of me couldnt believe that some employers really would use such tactics (apart from the really seedy ones that is) so i googled it to fund the 'headlines' and Sneek.io came up.
For me, whilst i do have a small inherrent distrust of homeworking productivity levels, I'd put this down to a gross invasion of privacy - but maybe that's just me. Perhaps there are acceptable and justifiable reasons for this, in which case pleasde enlighten me.