Time & Attendance
By Jon Hyman
Jun. 20, 2014
We love our phones. We are an iPhone society. I’ve referred to the phenomenon as “iPhone-ification.” Do you know that there are more mobile phones than people in the United States? Moreover, 90 percent of American adults own mobile phones, and nearly 60 percent are “smart.”
Despite the proliferation of mobile phones, and their use in work and for work, many employees still do not understand the difference between work use and personal use.
Case in point? Yesterday, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported that Cuyahoga County suspended a supervisor for using his county-issued cell phone to send unwelcome sexual text messages to a co-worker. According to the County [pdf], the employee used his phone to flirt and text sexual innuendo, even after the recipient told him to stop.
From this story, I offer two lessons — one for employees and one for employers.
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