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Old 26.01.2020, 19:00
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Re: Does UBS & Credit Suisse do employee monitoring?

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Do not plan to look a dodgy sites or risky hacking stuff. Just checking youtube, learning sites and product reviews. Kind of taking the training the companies wont pay but expect you to know and as you likely know there not most energy left to learn when you come home from work. Most people can't continue learning then. There can be much political bullS in large corporation and sometimes you get put of projects your are high overqualified for, than i like to just learn new thing instead of quitting. They need me anyways. I know the mangers don't like that mindset but it's kindoff the only way to push back on large corporations at time inhuman workload agendas. And most managers in the large corporation are to incompetent to know the difference between good and bad work anyways. (especially in IT)
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Old 26.01.2020, 20:44
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Exactly, I thought he was trying to sell something, but no.... heavens knows what it is about
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Re: Does UBS & Credit Suisse do employee monitoring?

Not much pingpong here. >.<
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Re: Does UBS & Credit Suisse do employee monitoring?

Ming mong, ping pong.

Anyway, the big banks do monitor user activity and keep those records securely. What this means for you is that, if you are not naughty or not in an area of risk, you will likely not be monitored.

If you fall into the second category, you will also go through additional screening. Tim's been blacklisted from such roles are the big banks (you're welcome )
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