One fifth of UK adults experience workplace


A survey commissioned by the UK's Information Commissioner's Office finds that a fifth of UK adults believe they have been monitored by an employer. Timekeeping and access were most commonly tracked, followed by emails, files, calls, or messages. Seventy percent said they would find such monitoring intrusive. Studies say that excessive tracking is associated with higher staff turnover rates and can be counterproductive.

Publication: Guardian

Publication date: 2023-10-02

Writer: Clea Skopeliti