Technologies such as people analytics software pose a potential threat towards the (information) privacy of employees and can reinforce existing social injustice. Therefore, it is crucial to design, develop, and deploy the systems with the well-being of employees in mind and to educate users about the harmful impact these tools can have on their personal and professional lives. Yet, the underlying assumptions of these tools are oftentimes hardly questioned. Especially in light of the ongoing public debate on remote work, with politicians discussing a new ‘right to work from home’, people analytics could become a key technology to facilitate more flexible work, and thereby shaping the future
workplace. We establish a critical transformative perspective to outline and evaluate the potential benefits and risks of people analytics for remote workers. Subsequently, we provide a set of transformative actions for practice and IS research.