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HR Tip of the Month

If you don’t already have a policy on employee cell phone use at work, you might want to consider it. Even a very simple policy can be a useful tool when dealing with employees who are more involved with their phones during the day than you would like. Text such as this could do the trick: “Personal cell phone use should be held to a reasonable limit. Reasonableness will be determined by management.”

More elaborate or restrictive policies may be implemented as well, but be sure not to run afoul of the National Labor Relations Act (see Q&A). As with any policy, you’ll want to make sure your managers are able and prepared to enforce it consistently and fairly and set a good example themselves.

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