How far will companies infringe on their worker’s privacy for the sake of efficiency? Now, and in the very near future, companies will take corporate surveillance to a whole new level. What I discuss in this podcast goes well beyond reading your emails or monitoring your chats on Slack. Tune in now to see what I mean. | This podcast, for the most part, was recorded live at the Hacking HR forum in Atlanta. If you want to learn more about the future of work from people much, much smarter than I, check out their YouTube channel: www.YouTube.com/hackinghr
About the host:
Over the past decade, Jim Stroud has built an expertise in sourcing and recruiting strategy, public speaking, lead generation, video production, podcasting, online research, competitive intelligence, online community management and training. He has consulted for such companies as Microsoft, Google, MCI, Siemens, Bernard Hodes Group and a host of startup companies. During his tenure with Randstad Sourceright, he alleviated the recruitment headaches of their clients worldwide as their Global Head of Sourcing and Recruiting Strategy. He now serves ClickIQ as its VP, Product Evangelist.
Links related to this podcast:
- Company implants microchips in employees’ hands and they’re loving it
- ‘Mind-reading’ tech being used to monitor Chinese workers’ emotions
- Walmart patents surveillance tool that can eavesdrop on workers
- Google wants to help your boss spy on you