Downloadable and customisable documents relating to social media, IT and phone usage.
This BYOD policy covers the company's position on employees using personal mobile devices (such as tablets, smartphones, PDAs and laptop or notebook computers) to access the company’s computer and electronic communication systems for business purposes remotely for business purposes. The policy outlines the employee’s responsibilities, system and device security and the action that will be taken when breaches of the policy occur.
Use the guidance in this template to create an employee handbook outlining all of the policies and essential information about the organisation’s approach to internet and email use. The employee handbook should be given to employees on their first day of work in order to familiarise them with the organisation and its policies.
This policy sets out how employees are expected to communicate internally, including the principles employees should have regard to when communicating with others.
This policy sets out the principles employees should have regard to when communicating through IT infrastructure and electronic methods. It also includes information on monitoring, virus protection and internet and email use.
This policy outlines the Company's view that personal phone calls during work time should be only occasional and with the line manager's permission, or else using personal mobile phones during break periods, and that this may be monitored.
This policy informs employees that the use of hand-held mobile phones while driving is a criminal offence and will not be tolerated, and that the use of hands-free phones should be avoided.
This policy describes use of social media during working hours and outside office hours and during recruitment.
This policy covers the company's position on using social networking websites and blogs. It also outlines the employee's responsibilities when using personal and/or company accounts for social networking.
This policy covers the Company's position on the use of Company desk telephones and mobile phones being used for private use. It also outlines the requirement to return Company phones on termination of employment and deducting pay for excessive costs or failure to return phones.
This policy outlines the Company's position on tablet computers, including that they must be looked after and kept for work use only or, if personal, be switched off during work hours. The policy also outlines that any loss or damage may be charged to the employee.