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Hundreds of mobile state employees, including fire and housing inspectors, must turn on a mobile app when their workday begins so their movements can be tracked, according to a report on Philly.com.
The Field Force Manager app has been used by the Department of Workforce and Labor Development and the Department of Community Affairs since 2013
Union representatives were told about it beforehand but didn't have any say because mandating its use didn't affect "the terms and conditions of employment,"
originally posted by: Trueman
Right now I'm not sure if this is good or not. Soon or later companies might want to try the same idea. I know they can track us anyway, but force you to install their App??? Maybe we should go back to those not smart phones.
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originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: hounddoghowlie
So should they pay for them to all have phones that can install it?
I wouldn't doubt they already do though.
If this cuts down on people doing personal stuff on the cities dime I have no issues with it.
Who define what's personal stuff