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In episode 10, JS Nelson, associate professor of law at Villanova University, spoke about her work on surveillance, management culture, and compliance. The workplace has seen a striking acceleration of surveillance-led management over the past several years, and the pandemic has given these efforts more momentum. Nelson described why surveillance can often be counterproductive to effective organizational culture, human agency, and human rights, defending the imperative to resist unnecessary surveillance.
In episode 10, JS Nelson, associate professor of law at Villanova University, spoke about her work on surveillance, management culture, and compliance. The workplace has seen a striking acceleration of surveillance-led management over the past several years, and the pandemic has given these efforts more momentum. Nelson described why surveillance can often be counterproductive to effective organizational culture, human agency, and human rights, defending the imperative to resist unnecessary surveillance. read more read less

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