I to start don't understand the idea of microchipping an employee. To have this be protocol and a must do to have a job seems insane to me.

I suppose they are implanted into workers to track where they are, seems a bit much to see where they are going. Or a bit much to track whether they are five minutes late coming back from lunch too. I myself probably would never want to work for a company that mandated this. That is unless I was receiving gobs of money and great benefits.

Regardless of my feeling on the matter a New York state lawmaker is proposing a bill that will essentially eliminate the freedom of a company to mandate this upon hiring. That law maker is Tom Avella of the 11th Senate District. Many states around the country already have passed this law, hopefully New York does as well.