Working Remotely? Here’s How Your Company Is (Probably) Tracking You

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As the corporate world increasingly embraces working from home, companies will want to know you’re working. If you currently work remotely, chances are that your employer is monitoring you in some way.

Why? Companies fear that the more time you spend away from the prying eyes of your manager, the less you’ll work. So they’re using a variety of tools to track what you’re doing as you browse the Internet, use corporate apps, and even input your time.

Most of the time, you won’t even know that your employer is tracking you. Even if they take a screenshot

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