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Do you have a music policy you can share?

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We have an office cubicle workplace. Some of our employees like to listen to music during the day. Naturally, not everyone likes everyone else’s taste in music. I don’t want to referee these silly fights. I want a policy that says “If you are listening to music, use headphones.” Does anyone have a policy I can copy?—Laura, Boston


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HR Manager January 29, 2010 at 6:53 pm

A simple note in the office bulletin board should suffice:

“As a sign of respect to your office mates, please use headphones when listening to music in the office. Thank you. “

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Welsh August 18, 2009 at 3:19 pm

I don’t see a need to have a written policy. Just tell the music-listeners that they must begin wearing headphones.

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