Big Brother is watching. Or in this case, investigative firms.
NPR reports “corporate monitoring” is on the rise as external firms keep a close eye on employees from the inside. For instance, Matt Unger of K2 Intelligence, a NYC-based investigative firm, indicates a certain type of software takes actual shots of employees’ behavior at the office.
He explains in the piece, “We see that this guy Kevin all of a sudden started calling the 410 area code where he never did that before, and he stopped answering emails — he’s being less responsive to his peers.” Read more