Should You Allow Employees to Use Their Own Devices for Work?

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A trend that has been growing for years is the use of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies, which allow employees to use their own personal devices such as phones and laptops for work.

Employers often allow employees to use their own devices because of cost savings—the organization wouldn’t need to purchase devices for employees who use ones they already own, and it wouldn’t have to pay the monthly fees associated with the devices or could offer only a set amount for reimbursement.

Employee satisfaction is another reason employers adopt BYOD policies. Employees often have specific preferences regarding what phones

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