Citi: Insurance Disruption as Companies Could Start Tracking Workers
September 14, 2015 by Madison Jacobs
Imagine a world where a worker punches the clock and slips on a heart-rate monitor that's tracked by an insurance company. The worker turns on a truck, which alerts the insurance company it's on, and drives to a warehouse, which alerts the insurance company that someone is there.
Every inch, every activity, monitored and measured by the insurance company. According to analysts at Citi, this is the future of work, and, despite its Orwellian overtones, it's a good thing.
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