50% of tech staff would quit if their company used surveillance tech

03/06/2022 | Morning Consult

According to a recent poll, half of the employees working in the technology sector have said that they would quit if their employer implemented workplace surveillance. The poll found almost 60% of respondents would not take up a position at a company that uses workplace surveillance. Meanwhile, around 50% of employees surveyed who work for companies using surveillance technologies said that they intend to leave their job because of the technology. A further 75% also confirmed that they would be surprised if their employer used surveillance tech.

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