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There’s a Policy for That (or Should Be)! Viewing NSFW Material in the Self-Storage Workplace

February 8, 2022

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While you shouldn’t have to tell your self-storage employees to avoid viewing NSFW (not safe for work) websites or emails while on the clock, some do it anyway. Often, it’s through a personal device like a phone or tablet; but violators who are bolder or less sensible might use the company computer, which can leave your systems vulnerable to security risks. How can you police this behavior and protect your business?

In this thread on Self-Storage Talk, the industry’s largest online community, members are discussing why every self-storage business should have a clear policy about NSFW material, plus how it should be worded. They’re also sharing possible consequences for staff who break the rule. What’s your company policy, and have you ever had to enforce it? Jump into this convo to get and share advice.

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