Tuesday 20th April 2021
10:00 – 12:00 GMT
Presented by John Seddon and Ibrar Hussain
With the massive shift to working from home we now see tech companies promoting new employee surveillance tools. These tools will undermine performance and morale.
Think about it from the employee’s point of view: Your boss can see your emails, any documents you read or create, your appointments, who you talk to, and when; can listen to or read transcriptions of your calls. Your boss can see your computer screen, can monitor your internet use, the sites you visit and for how long. Your boss can even turn on your camera and watch you at work. How would you like to be that employee?
This webinar will cover:
- Employee surveillance before WFH
- The purpose and value of surveillance
- The new surveillance tools: good or bad?
- Principles for good measurement and control
- Surveillance of the work, not the worker
If you want to ensure that service is delivered by energised, innovative, committed people rather than demoralised fear-ridden automatons, you should join the webinar.
£75 + VAT per delegate
£50 + VAT early-bird rate if you book before 12th March 2021
Book your place
Complete the booking form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org
To join the webinar, you need a laptop, computer, smart phone or tablet with a connection to the internet. You don’t need any other special software or equipment.
We will send you the Zoom webinar link on Monday 8th March and a reminder to join shortly before the webinar is due to start on Tuesday 9th March.