The success of any company is primarily based on trust. It is very difficult to work where there is no more trust. In our company, the employees don't trust the leadership and the leadership doesn't trust us. Something must be done about it.
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Spyware for WEA which is something most everyone cares nothing about and outside of carefirst who really cares if CF has a WEA week.
ThousandEyes has been installed on all of your laptops. They are watching everything, not just WEA attendance.
Last year for the week of equity and action the meeting technology used kept track of who actually logged in to the mandatory sessions. You got a automated nastygram if you didn't.
Speak more of this spyware...
The trust of the workers towards management is broken because the people at the top make poor decisions, and then they expect the workforce to live with or execute on those decisions (until such time as they decide maybe a project wasn't a good idea, or is too expensive, and then they cancel said project mid-stream, throwing all the work and money down the tube, when we could have told them and usually do, if only asked. Yes, my opinion matters!).
I don't know why management doesn't trust the workforce. They "trust" us to work from home, but feel the need to use spyware for "mandatory" events. Go figure.