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78% of employers admit to using unobtrusive surveillance drones to monitor remote workers



Nashville, TN - According to a new report, 78% of employers admit to using unobtrusive surveillance drones to monitor employees working from home.


"Yes, we do use them on occasion, but only during business hours and almost never during restroom breaks," said one HR representative.


Another company said that they had utilized drones, but only to ensure the well-being of their workers and never to monitor their work performance.


Still, another company representative said, "The drones we use are so subtle, most employees never even know they are there all day, every day."


Many remote workers are speaking out against the practice saying it violates their right to privacy. However, in each instance, the employees had given their company permission by signing the employee handbook. Our investigators found the company clearly communicated the policy on page 483.


"Oh, come on. Page 483? Nobody reads this crap," said one employee.



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