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With the growing use of the internet, e-mail and mobile devices in the workplace, employers need to be aware of the obligations and liabilities which arise from employees’ use of information and communication technology (ICT). In particular, ICT use can raise issues about workplace privacy.
If the organisation uses ICT, employers should develop a clear policy to ensure that employees understand any expectations and responsibilities regarding the use of ICT, including e-mail and internet.
With regard to the internet and email, any ICT policy should:
This policy is a sample only. Employers should seek advice from the Ai Group in tailoring this policy to the particular needs of the organisation.
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|20/07/2020||This policy has undergone a periodic review with further definitions and examples added.|
This policy has undergone a periodic review. No significant changes have been made.
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