The past few years have seen an increasing trend in companies’ implementation of biometric clocking systems to monitor and control employees’ access to the workplace. In the international sphere, courts are clamping down on the use of biometric clocking systems, claiming that it infringes employees’ right to privacy and autonomy.
Tracy Robbins is an associate in Baker McKenzie Johannesburg office. She has an extensive experience in employment law, general litigation and criminal law litigation. She has advised clients on retrenchment proceedings, unfair dismissal claims, corporate reorganizations, employee transfers and general employment litigation matters.