The following sample policy was excerpted from The Book of Company Policies, published by HR Specialist,©
Edit for your organization's purposes.
“In order to avoid interruption of work and protect you from unnecessary annoyance, solicitation of or by employees is prohibited in work areas during work time. Work time does not include lunch or approved break periods. Work areas, for the purposes of solicitation, do not include lunchrooms, lounges or parking lots. Distribution of literature to or by employees is prohibited in work areas at all times.
“Nonemployees may not solicit or distribute literature to employees on Company property at any time. The only exception to this policy is in the case of Company-sponsored solicitation.”
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