Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences

Date of Last Revision

2024-06-04 07:21:40



Honors Course

PSYC 498-002

Number of Credits


Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts

Date of Expected Graduation

Spring 2024


This literature review will focus on companies' and employees' views on electronic workplace monitoring, surveillance, and tracking, the ethicality of such activity, and the benefits and drawbacks of such activity. I conducted a literature review with the specific research question "How does a company's policy on workplace monitoring, surveillance, and tracking affect employees' or potential candidates' view on working for the company?". I discuss four scholarly articles and the implications they have on how electronic performance monitoring (EPM) systems are perceived in the workplace.

Research Sponsor

Meghan Thornton-Lugo

First Reader

Benjamin Michael

Second Reader

Charles Waehler

Honors Faculty Advisor

Charles Waehler

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