There are many things that people think of when you mention monitoring, such as Big Brother, meddling, and personal privacy are some. In a business, Security and Productivity monitoring is essential for a healthy business. With the ease of access to the internet, the advent of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), and the need to do more with less monitoring can help you maintain a competitive edge while reducing operations cost and safe guarding your data.
This seminar addresses the areas where you could be losing productivity and what it is costing you, security risks to your data and intellectual property, and the legal and HR perspectives of monitoring.
Ben Himmelstein: Counselor & Attorney; Wong Fuji Carter, PC
Mary Henry: President & Founder; HR on Demand
Ivan Morales: Business Development Manager; Communication Concepts
Why should you be concerned about monitoring your employees. It’s not the reason you think.
BYOD, Intellectual Property, Security, Wasted time in the office
What are the legal concerns/restrictions of employee monitoring? – Telephone, Computer, Email, Voice Mail, Social Media, Personal Communication Devices.
Should employers monitor employees computer activities? - Under what circumstances? - What is the possible impact on employee moral ?
Technology – What new technology tools are there that employers can use to improve productivity?