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CCTV in Nurseries – Should you install it?

Is CCTV allowed in nurseries? CCTV in nurseries can be a divisive debate. Some believe it is a great way to increase security and safety for children. Whereas, others feel that it can be too intrusive and can sometimes be seen as an unethical form of surveillance.

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On May 6th 2021, CCTV footage was leaked on former health secretary Matt Hancock in which he was caught having liaisons with his top aide Gina Coladangelo. The camera was supposedly planted in his office without consent, and reports claim that it was done by an alleged whistle-blower in the department of Health and social care.

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With an end in sight to the Covid pandemic and the disruption it has caused to all our lives, leadership teams are pondering whether they should continue allowing their staff to work from home, or if they should return to the structure of working practices prior to COVID-19.

CCTV in nurseries

Is CCTV allowed in nurseries? CCTV in nurseries can be a divisive debate. Some believe it is a great way to increase security and safety for children. Whereas, others feel that it can be too intrusive and can sometimes be seen as an unethical form of surveillance.

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How has time and attendance changed? What are the pertinent laws with regards to monitoring time and attendance. The increase in remote working is blurring lines between home and worklife - make sure your business is protected and can prove your team's working hours.

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Facial recognition is here to stay - it's on phones, at airports and increasingly used for time and attendance, but it's a technology that provokes a strong response in some as it piques their data privacy concerns. We look at some common held ideas about facial recognition and separate fact from fiction.