Iemployee Monitoring Stystems and Organisational Performance a Case Study At Alegon Engineering Limited, Rubaga Kampala
Author: NAMUGUMYA STELLAMARIS
Supervisor: Marie Nakitende
Employee monitoring has become a crucial activity in all areas of business in the society today. Each type of business has its reason for or against employee monitoring whether it be social, economic, legal or ethical. Many employee monitoring systems have been established to help employers in monitoring their employees. The monitoring systems include attendance and time management, video surveillance, firewalls, internet audits, email monitoring, access panels and so many others. However, there many challenges and impact faced by employers when monitoring their employees. The purpose of this paper is to explore and examine the impact of employee monitoring on organization performance, a case study at ALEGON engineering limited Kampala Uganda.
In order to achieve the purpose and objectives of the study, both qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection were used by the researcher to collect data. The study revealed that the most commonly used monitoring system is attendance and time monitoring and the impact of employee monitoring on organization performance were; leads to productivity, efficiency and effectiveness, prevention of fraud. The challenge was that the employees at times sign for their fellow employees who may have come at work all those who come late. More details of the finding are encountered in the paper. In conclusion itís of view that all organizations should try to adopt employee monitoring so as to improve and perform better.