The Growing Demand for Continuous Workforce Monitoring

With the country seeing a rise in the need for gig employees and with businesses fluctuating between furloughs, layoffs, and rehires, ongoing screening and monitoring have increased in importance. Where permitted by law, workforce mitigating allows businesses to mitigate the risk of workplace violence, fraud, theft, and liability by providing immediate alerts of employee conduct. There are also benefits to the employee, as well, including confidence in a safe environment for employees. Compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), and any other applicable local, state, or federal laws, is the key to a successful workplace monitoring program, as is transparency through well-documented policies.


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