The electronic monitoring of care work—The redefinition of paid working time

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Moore, Sian; Hayes, L.J.B.;

This chapter explores the electronic monitoring (EM) of homecare in the context of the local authority commissioning process as defined by public sector budget cuts. It focusses upon the perceived function of the technology from the perspective of the supplier and commi... View more
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