PathSpot’s hand cleanliness sensor provides helpful feedback about food service worker cleanliness—but it’s also another way companies can surveil their employees.
As restaurants start to reopen following the pandemic lockdowns, they’re going to need to implement new protocols for food handling and safety, both to prevent spread of the virus and to ensure wary customers that it’s safe to eat there. This will include things like temperature checks and mask wearing. And in some restaurants, that will mean employees to get your hands scanned to make sure you’ve washed them well enough.
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