From smart phones to smart watches, GPS tracking, autonomous driving vehicles, Bluetooth headsets, and online teleconferencing, technology is becoming increasingly integrated into daily life and basic human functioning. With the amount of interfacing we do with technology growing rapidly and exponentially, it has become easy for companies to track and collect data related to our behavior. Never before have we had the ability to collect and analyze such quantities of complex data about what people are doing and when they are doing it.
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By Joe Sherwood – SAP.Research shows that employees don’t like large scale, intense data mining programs. Such programs may lead to decreased job satisfaction, well-being, organizational commitment, attitudes about fairness, and performance by providing a sense of invasion of privacy.