If I let my employees send me to the poor house, My customers won't have any aftersales services nor would they have any warranties honored.
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The question is always asked, "Why should I monitor my employees? What Do I get out of it?"
Well the answer is simple - everything
The benefits are limitless - monitoring your employees can ONLY
be beneficial to yourself and your company. See some common reasons that explain how priceless employee monitoring can be.
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Conduct investigation on employees suspected of abuse
Have a problem with employees using the Internet inappropriately? You are in the same boat as every other company.
It is becoming an increasing problem each and every year - employees abusing their Internet privileges by chatting with friends, conducting online stock trades, shopping while on the clock, and much more. This all boils down to loss of productivity and decreased profits for your company and institution.
Increase employee productivity and increase PROFITS!
By monitoring your employees you will drastically increase the productivity of your employees. Increased productivity equals increased profits for your company. It is estimated that approximately 75 minutes every day is used for non-business related activity on company computers for EACH employee. This translated into an annual loss of $6,250 per employee in revenue assuming your employees are paid the U.S. average of $20 per hour. Imagine if your employees salary is higher!
Eliminate leaking of confidential material
The greatest assets in your company is the data contained within it. Protect your confidential data from leaking to third-parties through monitoring your computers activity across the network.
Recover important communications that have been lost
By monitoring your networks important data and communication it is always logged. Imagine if an employee's work was lost due to a power outage, a problem with the PC, or plain employee mistake - now it will always be logged and can always be retrieved safely and in its entirety.
Meet or exceed federal, industry, or agency compliance requirements for keeping records of transactions and communications
By monitoring your PC's you are meeting the industry requirements for keeping records and logs of transactions and communications all with the additional benefits listed above. Why wouldn't you monitor them!?
Generally courts have ruled in favor of the employer in a vast majority of cases regarding workplace privacy.