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Author Topic: CCTV for monitoring staff?  (Read 6493 times)

Nomad

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Re: CCTV for monitoring staff?
« Reply #50 on: 29-10-20, 10:00PM »
I will endeavour to make the CCTV policy image downloadable from VLH download page.

Having lived for more than 7 decades and fought many 'battles' I have no doubt a great deal of control is exercised not only behind the closed doors of the corridors of power but also by the 'old pals act' in the halls of commerce.

A very large amount of mutual back scratching occurs. 
« Last Edit: 29-10-20, 10:02PM by Nomad »
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Re: CCTV for monitoring staff?
« Reply #51 on: 29-10-20, 10:02PM »
It was ever thus.  I still think of myself as part of the Anglo-Saxon serfdom subjugated by the Norman conquerors who's descendants still dominate the corridors of power.
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Re: CCTV for monitoring staff?
« Reply #52 on: 30-10-20, 03:13PM »
8-) or the men in white  8-) are you on serious medication or just wacky baccy ???

Nothing but Fexofenadine, I'm allergic to some as of yet unidentified substance and hayfever.