Businessman holding email Legally, there’s not much workers can do to challenge an employer’s right to analyze their communications, as long as they are made via company property.(Image: Shutterstock)

Bosses are finding new ways to figure out what employees are up to and whether what they’re up to is good for the company.

The Wall Street Journal recently examined a number of ways corporations are scrutinizing their employees’ interactions, using technology to analyze behavior that until recently would have been considered impossible to interpret.

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