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Would you allow a contract employer to use a remote access program to monitor your work?
for those of you who work on elance or odesk, I am curious, would you allow an employer to use a remote access program to monitor your work - even if there was a potential for the software to be used malisciously on your home office computer? (FYI: the computer would be yours personally and not the companies)
If you would do so or wouldn't do so, why or why not?
I think that it has pros and cons.
It can be mobilizing and helpful if our income is depended to our effectiveness.
In the second hand: it can be not idea if main goal of monitoring shall be slave-watching.
I wouldn't do it. If they want someone they can monitor that closely, they can pay up and hire through a different medium.
I'm on eLance and part of the reason I can charge a smaller fee is because I can work at my own pace to complete the project correctly and on time.
Heck no, I am not going to install a remote access program on my home laptop!
I have a suspicion this topic might even be discussed in the eLance terms and conditions, but I'm not sure.
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