You’ve already told employees that office computers are the company’s property and they shouldn’t expect privacy when they send and receive e-mail. To monitor enforcement, tell them you’re going to take a random sampling of e-mail attachments every month and check that employees aren’t downloading software illegally, sending classified information or exchanging inappropriate photos or jokes over the company network. Reserve the right to snoop on text-based messages, but reassure employees your monitoring will focus on attachments.
Even one payroll mistake can damage your standing in the office — and possibly your career. It’s important to spot the holes in your employee pay compliance before the feds or state agencies do....Click here to find out more.