Organisational Data Monitoring and its Influence on a workforce
DAVIES, HANNAH LAUREN
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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The purpose of this study was to gather evidence and carry out an analysis as to whether incorporating data monitoring within a company is truly relevant and beneficial. Additionally, indications of negative aspects of data monitoring in relation to an individual's personal opinion were identified to allow for all areas of data monitoring to be investigated as to not provide a biased conclusion. Primary research consisting of interviews and questionnaires were carried out within a chosen organisation which provided the research with an insight of how this company incorporate date monitoring and how it effects both the organisation and its workforce. In addition, a case study was discovered within secondary research to allow for a comparison between both organisations, allowing for a richer evaluation to be made. Although both of these organisations produced evidence of positivity towards data monitoring, aspects of data monitoring whcih can cause concern for an organisation or it workforce were also acknowledged.
BSc Hons BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS
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