Nov 292011
 
 November 29, 2011  Posted by  Workplace

Todd Bishop reports:

Is Microsoft taking inspiration from Dwight Schrute these days?

It almost seems that way based on a newly surfaced patent application from the Redmond company. The filing describes a computer system that would monitor behavior in the workplace with the goal of stopping bad habits such as co-workers cutting each other off during meetings and bosses bugging their direct reports on their lunch breaks — but at no small cost to workplace privacy.

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