As employees struggle to balance work and life, employers wrestle with their organization’s increasingly erratic schedules, work output, and communication. It’s become natural to wonder if the organization is performing at the same level as when employees worked onsite. There’s only one way to find out: employee productivity monitoring (EPM) software. But if your first thought is recording screens and tracking keystrokes, you’ll find your ideas about this technology are woefully outdated. As it turns out, ethical employee productivity monitoring is about more than catching employees in the act of slacking off — it can actually play a foundational role in maintaining employee wellbeing and productivity.
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