Employers want to be sure their employees are doing a good job, but employees don’t want their every sneeze or trip to the water cooler logged. That’s the essential conflict of employee monitoring.
New technologies make it possible for employers to monitor many aspects of their employees’ jobs, especially on telephones, computer terminals, through electronic and voice mail, and when employees are using the Internet. Such monitoring is virtually unregulated. Therefore, unless company policy specifically states otherwise (and even this is not assured), your employer may listen, watch and read most of your workplace communications.
If you are an employer:
Eagle Investigative Services can be sure your monitoring policies are within ethical guidelines to prevent you from an embarrassing lawsuit. We are dealers for some of the most covert audio and video surveillance products and our software team can custom design software to monitor your employee’s use of your company’s computers.
If you are an employee:
If you feel your company has crossed ethical or moral boundaries by conducting surveillance activities on you, then call our offices to discuss your options. Feel free to contact us so we can further assist you.
FOR PRIVATE CLIENTS
We provide a full range of services for private clients at affordable rates. Our services include locating missing persons, surveillance, still and video photography, divorce evidence, closed circuit television and personal protection.
If you believe you are being watched, followed, or bugged, it’s best to contact us immediately.
FOR CORPORATE CLIENTS Advancements in technology can easily leave your company vulnerable to threats and attacks. We provide companies with pre-employment checks, surveillance installation and employee monitoring, worker’s compensation investigations, collection and repossession services, skip tracing, and more.
If you think your security and safety have been compromised, we can train and teach you on what to do under such circumstances.