Professor John Logan Quoted on Employee Surveillance in Morning Brew

Professor and Chair of Labor and Employment Studies John Logan discussed the usage of data analytics in anti-union campaigns and its potential to disturb employees.

Logan tells the Morning Brew that employees will be unaware of the data collection process, and the National Labor Relations Act is not ready to protect their rights on the advanced level of data tracking. "The law has just not kept up," he says. "The likelihood that this type of surveillance would ever become the subject of an unfair labor practice complaint is just far, far less because of the sub rosa nature of the activity.”

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