Everything from toilet breaks to what they eat for lunch is recorded at this company that has implanted staff with tiny microchips under the skin.
Some workers have been implanted with microchips that allow the companies that employ them to track their every move.
Swedish company Epicenter will embed a chip into about 150 workers, so bosses can monitor toilet breaks and how long they work.
The workers volunteered to have the microchip, which is about as big as a grain of rice, implanted for free.
Patrick Mesterton, co-founder and chief executive of Epicenter, an innovation and technology company, told the ABC the microchips inserted into employees’ hands would simplify life.