Workplace surveillance: New resource available

CRISP is delighted to announce that a state of the art literature review, covering surveillance in standard, remote and platform work is now available.

The review has been authored by Kirstie Ball in conjunction with the Joint Research Council of the European Commission. It integrates research from the business disciplines and considers implications for managers, organizations and policymakers as well as employees.

There is a 40 year history of research into this important topic from which we now must learn. The increase in workplace datafication both pre and post pandemic now means that the public/private boundaries around work are more contested than ever. The known impacts of surveillance on employee stress and wellbeing, turnover, organizationaljustice , jobsatisfaction, autonomy and trust can no longer be ignored.

The full text of the article can be found here. It has also been covered in ZDNet and The Register