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Discipline: If you're written up for a conversation you thought was private, your employer may have an audio recording device in the workplace.On the other hand, the co-worker whom you thought you could trust might just have blabbed.
You might try a test, such as saying something completely false but innocuous to a person whom you suspect of being a spy.Maybe share that you've decided to take up quilting or karaoke and see if it comes back to you.Weird stuff starts when the new guy starts: I knew someone years ago who had been a hired company spy.Here are some signs that your employer may be spying on you: Your Handbook: Your employee handbook may well have some policies where your employer tells you they're spying.For instance, there may be a policy saying that your work on your computer belongs to the company, that they monitor emails sent and received on company devices, that they record calls for customer service purposes, or even that they monitor your social media.When I did this, it brought up a list of a zillion things that looked like gibberish.
I'd hesitate to delete anything because I don't know what I'm doing.
Before you adjust those pantyhose or unzip to tuck in a shirt, best make sure nobody is watching.
If the camera turns on unexpectedly, either turn it off or put a post-it over it.
While there are restrictions on recording audio, most employers are allowed to videotape you at work.
Cameras are easy to hide, so just because you can't see them doesn't mean they aren't there.
The computer camera is on: If you see your computer's camera light on, someone may be watching you up close and personal.