Always under the scrutiny at work. Is it good or counter-productiveToday's professional sectors are highly competitive to thrive in a fast-changing world. The working class is caught in a sea of changes. Whether we work behind the computer in an office, handle the sales of cars or work in a supermarket or sit at the end of a telephone answering customer service call, the change (scrutiny) has reached to all levels.
Our work, behaviour is monitored, recorded, reported, analysed, re-analysed leading to promotions or terminations. We have to get customer feedback, colleague feedback, supervisor feedback and meet the targets and deadlines given. Our reporting time is monitored, our breaks are monitored our internet activity is monitored, the time spent in cafes and lounges at the workplace is monitored.
It's like Big brother watching us at work. Do you think it's good or are we going overbroad.