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    Lightbulb nightmare at work

    ive found out today by memo that my boss has decided to fit tracker systems to all our vans. i mentioned this to the lads that work under me and to say they were not best pleased is an understatement (everyone likes to skive icluding me) but my question is - once they are fitted is there any way to disrupt the signal without causing damage to the unit
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    i erd that wrapping the box in tin foil kills the signal.

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    We Have The Units Fitted Under Our Trucks, Tin Foil Works...lol ...just Wrap It Round The Box....though Some Companys Put Them Behind Parts Of The Dash

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    also they cant just do it.. you'll have to agree with it first.. ( invasion of privacy and all that c@@p)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruceybonus
    also they cant just do it.. you'll have to agree with it first.. ( invasion of privacy and all that c@@p)
    I'd say that the drivers would have no say at all in the matter. The company would argue that it's for the protection of their vehicles and/or maintaining a more efficient use of their fleet (knowing where their employees are etc to better asign them to jobs). I don't think any tribunal, or whatever, would ever rule in an employee's favour on that matter. It may be different if they were putting trackers on the employee's themselves (which actually is a piece of p**s if the employee is using a company mobile phone as you can track someone by their mobile phone number using a number of systems (either web based or by downloading an app).

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    Don't fight it mate. What you trying to hide???????? LOL

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    if its like the system weve got in our coop wagons dont worry because half the time it dont work

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruceybonus
    also they cant just do it.. you'll have to agree with it first.. ( invasion of privacy and all that c@@p)
    Sorry m8 but I'll have to agree with Duncan on this one.
    and it may turn out to be better idea than you think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJA
    Don't fight it mate. What you trying to hide???????? LOL
    why work and get paid when i can get paid for not working LOL
    Wayne -

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    Cos that is what you get paid to do - work, not laze around. Who'll be complaining when the company closes due to unfavourable trading?

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