Tag Archives: Cell Phone

Status Update: Your employees are all over social media.

by Laura Pokrzywa It’s no secret that the vast majority of Americans carry cell phones. According to a Pew Research poll released earlier this year, about half of those cell phone users have smart phones and more than two thirds of … Continue reading

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It’s “What’s Up? Wednesday”. Time to talk about Personal Cell Phone Use . . .

You asked:  “We are a small ‘job shop’ and we are having a problem with employees texting at work. We already have a policy against personal cell phone use on the job, but we want to allow exceptions for employees … Continue reading

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It’s “What’s Up? Wednesday”. Time to answer your question about phone privileges at work . . .

You asked: “I have reason to believe my employer is listening in on my phone conversations at work. Is that legal?! If not, what can I do about it?” The answer: Dear Eavesdropped, If your employer is listening in on … Continue reading

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Hands-Free May Not Be Liability-Free…

We’ve all seen it.  The car in front of you is all over the lane, making hard stops, and dangerously cutting corners.  The problem isn’t drugs or alcohol.  The problem is a cell phone.  And it’s no small problem. According … Continue reading

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