Your Employees May (Ahem) Be Doing Something Other than Work

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Your employees should not be viewing pornography in the office. Your employees should not be viewing pornography on company equipment, even out of the office.

These are basic tenants of sexual harassment law, plus it’s a great way to get viruses (not the Corona type), and use up bandwidth, and waste time. In other words, it’s horrible for your business.

And yet, it continues to be a problem. The Washington Examiner reported:

Online porn viewing in Washington [DC], dormant since most offices closed in March, has started to spike as more workers have returned to their cubicles in the federal city.

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