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The Atlantic Quotes Lillian Moon on Employee GPS Monitoring Trends and Best Practices
January 6, 2017
In an article titled, "Why Bosses Can Track Their Employees 24/7," by The AtlanticLillian Moon discussed the increasing popularity of employee GPS monitoring as technology progresses and wage-and-hour claims continue to rise. She recommended a set of best practices for employers who are considering implementing tracking systems.

The Atlantic wrote, "When Moon talks to employers, she says she recommends a set of best practices, like limiting the information gathered to the bare minimum it needs for 'legitimate business reasons,' such as keeping tabs on expensive company equipment or verifying the details of an employee’s house call. The best way to protect against invasion-of-privacy claims is to disable tracking when it’s not needed, like outside of business hours, she counsels."


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