Posted on October 29th, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Internet misuse at work can generate dismissal
Ordinary activities in the domestic Internet may be prohibited in the workplace. Who violates the rules is subject to discipline and even dismissal!
The working environment should always be harmonious. After all, with rare exceptions, that’s where people spend at least a third of the day. There are those who have more contact with peers than with their own family.
Send “scraps” (scraps) to friends in “Orkut”, watch videos on “YouTube” (video site), use email to resolve personal problems, exchange information chat in “Live Messenger” (MSN).
Watch out! Workplace is not virtual “Chat”!
Disobedience to the “information security” company policy may end up in warning and dismissal. In the end, the owner of the computer and network access are the boss, who can even read what you write in webmail.
Seems like overkill, but it is not! Companies have the right to monitor the use of PCs, blocking access to websites considered dangerous and determine how the tools can be used.
The boundary between private and corporate network use is controversial, but simple tips can protect employee and employer abuses.
The punishment may be imposed only if there are clear rules.
The best way to protect all parties is to have a transparent and well-publicized policy.
Standards should say what can be done and what is forbidden .Pois to some interpreters: “What is not forbidden, it is permitted.”