Controlling teleworkers: limits, opportunities, judicial practice
Автор: Chudinovskikh Marina Vyacheslavovna
Статья в выпуске: 5 (48), 2020 года.
Purpose: Research the legality of mechanisms for monitoring the activities of teleworkers in the digital economy. Methodology: Comparative legal method and analysis of judicial practice, including the practice of the European court of human rights. Results: The article provides an overview of the theoretical concepts of Russian and foreign scientists in the field of organization of control over the activities of teleworkers. The methods of monitoring are evaluated, and special attention is paid to the possibilities of organizing public and secret surveillance using special software. Based on the analysis of the practice of the European court of human rights, it is concluded that covert surveillance and monitoring of correspondence refers to excessive control that violates human rights and can cause conflicts and legal disputes. Novelty/originality/value: Based on the synthesis of theoretical and practical research methods, recommendations for the organization of controlling teleworkers are developed.
Telework, control, digital economy, tracking programs, legality, european court of human rights
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