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Employees monitored at work are more likely to slack off, disregard instructions and steal than non-monitored employees

2 monthes ago   |   By Fortune

During the Covid pandemic, online searches for “how to monitor employees working from home” increased by 1,705%.
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‘HurricaneTok': See The Floridians Livestreaming Hurricane Ian On Social Media

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Tesla adds Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia to board

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Cuba begins to turn on lights after Ian blacks out island

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Europe ramps up energy security after suspected sabotage

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Amazon is reportedly encouraging their US call center employees to work from...

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Hurricane Ian Live Updates: Over 1 Million Lose Power As Cat 4 Storm Pummels...

The hurricane made landfall Wednesday afternoon, with sustained wind speeds of 145 mph. Read more ...

Review: ‘Smile' Barely Earns More Than A Shrug

'Smile' is too thin to run as long as it does, but it offers some fun scares and gross-out images amid a subtext-becomes-text riff on trauma-focused horror movies. Read more ...

Steelers' Mitch Trubisky: Outside criticism 'just part of the business'

Steelers' Mitch Trubisky: Outside criticism 'just part of the business'

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