Employee Monitoring on Social Networking Services: Employers Must Wake Up!

Posted October 11, 2011 in Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Business Technology Journal

Most employers opt to monitor what their employees do while at work. The employer's interest is to ensure that the employees perform their jobs adequately and refrain from performing harmful actions, either intentional or unintentional, that may harm the company. A few examples of such harmful actions, which an employer might want to be alerted to and potentially circumvent, include the following:

About The Author
Esti Peshin
Esti Peshin is the Managing Partner of ENP Solutions Ltd., a strategic management consulting firm that specializes in security and defense companies, focusing on company buildup and corporate development, sales and marketing processes, new business units, and growth fund raising and M&A processes. Ms. Peshin is also a Partner at Destino Ventures LLC, a private equity fund committed to investing in distressed companies and raising their value… Read More
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