Big Brother invasion or simply big business? You be the judge.

As more and more employers ask their employees to wear tracking sensors on their clothing (yes, it’s just what you think it is to track your movement), they’re actually compiling compelling data in the process.

According to a piece in The Wall Street Journal, researchers found that productivity surged at one specific tech company when workers ate at tables designed for 12 people instead of four.

In another situation, a bank call center moved to group breaks instead of individual ones and productivity increased by 10 percent. Read more