Nearly half of employees are uncomfortable with the use of contact tracing in the workplace, according to a Society for Human Resource Management survey. "Employers who carefully explain why they cannot identify who has become ill can help gain trust of other employees that their privacy, too, will be respected," says Jeff Levin-Scherz of Willis Towers Watson.
Workplace contact tracing raises privacy concerns
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